Food trucks allow chefs and restaurateurs the opportunity to build diverse menus that cater to everyone, everywhere. Social media outlets like Instagram and Facebook make finding food trucks easy.
Food trucks from the Wasatch Back have become so popular that they are making the trip down the canyon for events like the Soho Food Park in Holladay every Thursday–Saturday.
Local Freshies Lobster Co. (voted the world’s best lobster roll) rolls into the Soho Food Park every Friday. In addition, this summer they will be on hand at the Park Silly Sunday Market every week. Th ey also feed the lunch crowd in downtown Salt Lake City at the Gallivan Center on Th ursdays. Visit their social media pages for up-to-date locations and menus.
With their signature sandwiches, the Hoodoos, Komrades rolls into neighborhoods for private catered events, sets up at markets and makes the rounds in both Salt Lake and Park City. The best way to find Komrades is to check their website or Instagram: @komrades.
Based in Heber, Lola’s Street Kitchen features a unique menu with comfort food galore, including grilled cheese and chocolate chip cookies. In addition, they offer gourmet items like the Ahi Tuna Quinoa Bowl. Locals follow Lola’s to parking lots outside Lee’s Market and the St. Lawrence Thrift Store. They also cater.
Feed your sweet tooth with small batch, artisan ice cream from Wasatch Creamery. You can find Wasatch Creamery at the Park City Farmers Market, the Downtown Farmers Market and at the Copper Moose Farm Stand.