Denver is a Great Place to Find Food Trucks
The City of Denver, nestled at the base of the majestic Colorado Rockies, is known for a number of things. The three-time Super Bowl Champions, the Denver Broncos, beautiful hiking, and camping trails, and mountains. Ah, yes, the beautiful mountains, but that’s not the only thing the Mile-High City has been famous for recently.
An explosion in population over the past decade has inspired a culinary revolution on the streets of Denver. Recently the city put their love of street food and food trucks on display while celebrating the National Food Truck Day, Denver food trucks made their way through the city streets showcasing their best eats.
If you’re looking for a tasting tour of Latin America, look no further than Chef Alfred Rojas, Freddy’s Cuisine food truck. Having traveled throughout South America, Central America, and Mexico, Rojas has curated a devilishly good menu complete with traditional Colombian hot-dogs, Mexican tortas, and sausage sandwiches straight out of Argentina.
Take a trip through the Polish country with this traditional perogies truck, the Pierogies Factory. This truck can be spotted at events and festivals throughout the city offering their traditional Polish staple. There’s also a daily chef’s selection if you’re in the mood to be wild.
Saba’s Ethiopian Food
At Saba’s, you get what you pay for, which in this case, means massive piles of food. Not bad for the price. With traditional servings of lamb, chicken, or collard greens, these are hearty offering already. Each order automatically comes with a side of fragrant jasmine rice, to top of a tasty, filling, and delicious Ethiopian meal.
This entry is amazing for its uniqueness alone, while Denver is stacked with taco trucks, this is perhaps the city’s only Native American food truck. Tocabe offers up traditional native American fare in both their restaurant location and their food truck. On their menu, you’ll find things like braised bison, fry bread, or grilled chicken, in addition to a number of vegetarian dishes.
A staple at the University of Colorado-Denver campus, Biker Jim’s is a city favorite. Both its storefront location, and mobile cart offer up tasty hot-dog offerings such as reindeer, elk, and rattlesnake. If you’re looking to walk on the wild side, or just curious, Biker Jim’s is well worth a try.
Denver Biscuit Company
The Denver Biscuit Company has been roaming the streets of Denver for years now. Their strategy, biscuit-based sandwiches. Who doesn’t love a good biscuit? Try the buttermilk fried chicken sandwich, which will completely change the way you view friend chicken sandwiches or take a trip with the tender belly bacon, either way, you’ll find something to fall in love with.
Denver is a growing city and with it, the culture changes, but perhaps the best part of all the new diversity, the culinary scene has evolved. You can find anything from Polish treats to Indian hot eats, on the Denver scene, and it’s a welcome blessing. Come visit one of Denver’s amazing food trucks, and have your life changed forever.