Local Food Trucks

Fargo has some pretty darn good street food (see pics below).

Being we’re up north, the seasons in Fargo go like this: Fall, Winter, Spring, Food Trucks… though you can find some of these four-wheeled restaurants all year round.

From 11:00am – 2:00pm on Thursdays and Fridays in the summer, food trucks hang out at the Fargo Food Truck Park (officially, 409 Broadway in Downtown Fargo). Otherwise, these food trucks get around, so we’ve linked their Facebook pages for you to find the most up-to-date info.

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BBQ

Big J’s Smokehouse

Big J’s rolls around Fargo dishing up award-winning BBQ on everything from brisket and ribs to nachos and hot dogs.

Hours, location, & menu

It’s all on their Facebook page: @BigJsSmokehouse or visit their website.

Pete’s BBQ

Pete’s BBQ focuses on smoked meats that are smoked in a custom-made wood fired smoker. The meats are seasoned to perfection with unique rubs. Menu items include smoked pork and chicken sandwiches, polish sausage, ribs and more.

Hours, location, & menu

It’s all on their Facebook page: @PetesBBQFargo

Smoke My Butt BBQ

You can smell this food truck before you see it – the smell of their smoked meats will have your mouth watering. They top them off with homemade rubs and sauces.

Hours, location, & menu

It’s all on their Facebook page: @smb.bbq

Texas Q BBQ

Serving up great BBQ – smoked chicken, brisket, pork, ribs… all the good stuff. They also offer a couple different hot dog options. One of their popular items is the Hollywood, street tacos featuring marinated pork and homemade pico de gallo and avocado cream sauce.

Hours, location, & menu

It’s all on their Facebook page: @JaysTexasBBQ


Mexican

Luchadores Taqueria

What is a luchador? Luchadores are professional Mexican wrestlers who compete in lucha libre wrestling while wearing masks. You’ll see a few of them drawn on the side of the truck, as you order some Mexican food prepared with authentic cooking methods and ingredients. Their menu includes fluatas, quesadillas, and tacos. Try their sriracha sour cream sauce for an extra kick.

Hours, location, & menu

It’s all on their Facebook page: @FargoTaco

Pico

Pico food truck specializes in fresh, made-from-scratch tacos. Their tortillas are homemade, and it shows. They have a handful of different taco options including the sweet potato taco (especially appealing for vegetarians). Make sure you get some chips and salsa or queso to go with your taco(s).

Hours, location, & menu

It’s all on their Facebook page: @PicoFoodTruck

Sweeto Burrito

The name pretty much explains what you can expect from this food truck – delicious burritos, and lots of them. Themed around Mexican wrestling, Sweeto serves burritos like the ‘Buff Chick’ and the ‘Carne Assassin’.

Hours, location, & menu

It’s all on their Facebook page: @SweetoBurritoFargo

Taco Bros

Taco Bros is dependable. For nearly 6 months of the year (generally April-September), they are always at their corner, rain or shine… and sometimes snow. A favorite of locals, Taco Bros serves up delicious Mexican street food. One of their most popular menu items is the Big Mike. They also do a “Trust You Bro Platter,” which means you let them pick for you. That’s always a great option for indecisive people.

Hours, location, & menu

It’s all on their Facebook page: @TacoBros


Hot Dogs

The Dog Father

The Dog Father is all about Chicago-style food including hot dogs, sausages and beef sandwiches. The owners spent a significant amount of time in Chicago so they know what they’re doing when it comes to Chicago-style eats. They have a variety of toppings including pickles, onions, peppers, cheese and, of course, mustard.

Hours, location, & menu

It’s all on their Facebook page: @TheDogFatherFargo

The Hot Dog Peddler

This food stand is simple and tasty. They stick to bratwurst, hot dogs, corn dogs, Polish sausage and cheese curds. The Hot Dog Peddler has all the condiments you’d expect – onions, peppers, sauerkraut, etc. – but the game-changing condiment they offer is cream cheese. If you haven’t tried cream cheese on a hot dog, The Hot Dog Peddler would love to introduce you to that tasty combination.

Hours, location, & menu

It’s all on their Facebook page: @The HotDogPeddler

Texas Best Express

Home of the ‘Fargo Famous’ crunchy dog, we recommend you try this 100% all beef hot dog, topped with homemade chili and extra crunchiness. This stand also has vegetarian and vegan options, along with a homemade soup of the day and seasonal sides like corn-on-the-cob.

Hours, location, & menu

It’s all on their Facebook page: @TexasBestExpress


Sandwiches

Detroit Deli

Bringing Michigan favorites with a Detroit Deli twist, this food truck specializes in soups and sandwiches. For winter, they permanently locate themselves inside the Great Northern Bicycle Company shop in Downtown Fargo.

Hours, location, & menu

It’s all on their Facebook page: @DetroitDeli

Fargo Cheesesteak

The Fargo Cheesesteak food cart brings a taste of the Philly favorite to Fargo. The menu features a couple variations on the cheesesteak as well as a few quesadilla options. If steak isn’t your thing, they also offer a veggie quesadilla.

Hours, location, & menu

It’s all on their Facebook page: @FargoCheezsteak

Fargo Fillies

This food cart specializes in cheesesteaks and hoagie sandwiches, and you’ll often find them camped out on a Downtown Fargo street corner on Friday and Saturday nights, catering to the ever-hungry nightlife crowd.

Hours, location, & menu

It’s all on their Facebook page: @FargoFillies

Jumbo’s

Sloppy Joes are the theme at Jumbo’s. They have the traditional version along with a couple variations – Bacon and Jalapeno. Jumbo’s has a few other menu items that incorporate their Sloppy Joe sauce including Sloppy Nachos, Sloppy Spud and Mac & Joe. Also available are hot dogs, regular nachos, chili and more.

Hours, location, & menu

It’s all on their Facebook page: @JumbosFoodTruck


Other American Eats

Poke Bowl

A taste of tropical paradise in Fargo! Poke Bowl serves the Hawaiian classic, poke, which features fish, rice, vegetables, spices, sauces, and more. If you want to do a food truck, but keep it somewhat healthy, Poke Bowl is an excellent option.

Hours, location, & menu

It’s all on their Facebook page: @PokeBowlFargo

Potato Brothers

As you may have guessed by the name, Potato Brothers’ specialty is potatoes. They feature the Midwestern favorite, tater tot hotdish, along with potato soup and, of course, fries. If you catch them at the right place and time, you might be able to try some of their mouthwatering breakfast options too – hash, breakfast tacos, sweet potato pancakes or whatever else the brothers dream up. Another pretty cool thing about Potato Brothers is that nearly everything they serve is gluten free!

Hours, location, & menu

It’s all on their Facebook page: @PotatoBrothersLLC

Twisted Spork

The Twisted Spork mobile food trailer has lots of good stuff – pizza, wings, Bavarian breadsticks, nachos and salad (if you’re attempting to be healthy). They offer a couple different toppings for pizza and a few different sauces for wings. Combo meals are also on the menu – take your pick of pizza or wings as a main entree and pair it with a choice of a breadstick, nachos or a salad.

Hours, location, & menu

It’s all on their Facebook page: @TheTwistedSpork


Now go, we give you our blessing to eat on the street!

Street Eats

SUMMERTIME

Street food completes the summertime experience in Fargo-Moorhead. Grab a bite before, during or after your favorite summer event.

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