Both a food truck and a sit-down restaurant, Byrne’s Grilled Pizza offers fresh, handmade pizza.
Advocating for the hungry and impatient - we are liberating the people from the cruel oppressive grasp of antiquated food delivery methods. We believe that a nearly-instant delivery method, freedom to choose a variety of options, and foods made from the heart, are birthrights. This belief is at the intersection of culture and necessity.
There’s no need to lug all your groceries home from the store; Green BEAN delivers fresh local and organic produce straight to your door, along with locally sourced meats, dairy, eggs and more. Sign up online, pick out a package and schedule that’s right for your household, and then customize what’s sent to you every week. There are about 40 seasonal fruits and veggies to choose from each week, so you can choose your family’s favorites. Green BEAN is now serving the greater Indianapolis area, Muncie and Fort Wayne, along with Kentucky and Ohio.
The Groovy Guys Fries truck’s motto is “Peace, Love, and Fry Grease,” but these are not the fries you covered in ketchup during your greasy spoon days. They are a fresher type of spud, served with a variety of toppings and, in one case, not even fried, but baked. “We keep experimenting and try to have a variety of options to suit different moods,” says Joe Reeves, the truck’s manager, and these variations on the common fry are definitely fun. Try the Philly Cheesesteak fries, the Sweet Potato Fries with Sweet and Salty Whipped Cream Cheese dip, or the Pizza Fries.
Tom Rockwell and his bright blue converted school bus look for locations where people might otherwise have to drive to grab a bite to eat. Inspired by the fleet of food trucks that roll down the streets of L.A. and Chicago, the Hoosier Fat Daddy BusCafe brings fusion foods to the streets of Indy, like their refreshing shrimp salad sandwich, their Empanada Dawg and their steak sandwich with poblano drizzle. The bus oscillates between downtown and the north side during the week, but, says Rockwell, “on Friday evening we go to the Westfield Farmers Market and hang out up there.”
The food truck for Keys Gourmet Catering. At Slider Station our goal is to present a lighter more up-to-date spin on the everyday fast food. At Slider Station a Slider is not just a burger, it’s the size of the sandwich as well as the desserts. We hope you will find that our uniquely simple fare is not only a hand full, it’s a mouth full. At Slider Station we will bring you great food, at a great value in Little Bites, with Big Taste.
Even when she’s at rest, it’s hard to miss Mabel on the Move. Mabel is a glistening Air Stream trailer, circa 1962, with a pair of red-and-white polka-dotted flags flying on her highly polished, aerodynamic stern. Inside, Kate McKibben serves up what she calls “food with a conscience.” Food, she says, “I would feed my own family.” Her hot dogs, available in either New York or Chicago style, are made from top-quality grass-fed beef and dressed with fresh vegetables. The herbed potato salad is organic, and the ice cream is from Trader’s Point, a local dairy.
This vegetarian and vegan truck features delicious Mexican food. Try the Ultimate Nachos.
Pink grapefruit. Blueberry buttermilk. Sweet black tea and lemon (also known as the Arnie P). Avocado. Just some of the flavors offered by Nicey Frozen Treats, a frozen popsicle cart run by the husband-and-wife duo of Jeff and Stacey Patrick. Jeff was inspired to open the stand after tasting his first 'paleta,' a Latin American popsicle known for its unusual flavor combinations and fresh ingredients. Look for the retro bike cart on Monument Circle and beyond; follow @NiceyTreat for location updates.
“Everything’s working in favor of food trucks right now,” says John Ban, owner of the pizza-purveying truck, The New York Slice. Many around town give him credit for kicking off the local food truck movement when he and Arnold Park brought the idea for West Coast Tacos to Indianapolis. Since then, Ban has brought pizza to the table. New York Slice is a big proponent of social networking, and uses Facebook and Twitter to find hungry customers in need. The crusts of New York Slice’s pizza is ultra-thin yet bubbly, salty and slightly sweet with a pleasurably aerated texture.
Pi indy Is a new style of food truck exposing the kitchen with a complete glass view. Showing everything going on during your service. Melting Indy's best ingredients. With whole milk mozzarella and sauce. In our 750 degree wood burning brick oven giving it it's CHAR and crispiness!
When your sweet tooth beckons, Scout’s Treat Truck is where it leads. Behind the wheel you’ll find cupcakes, brownies and other assorted sweets, most of which were inspired by the recipes of owner Lisa Moyer’s Great Aunt Pippa Scout. Moyer’s aim is to provide the best red velvet cupcake in town, and she’s just about got it made, but Scout’s Treat Truck is always changing, with at least one vegan sweet in every line-up and a gluten-free selection in the works. Look for them parked near the New York Slice pizza truck for a double-whammy of pizza and a treat.
Scratch is the truck to visit if you’re looking for adventurous flavor combinations. From the refreshing basil lemonade, to the Spicy Chicken Cone with mango jalapeno slaw and ancho chile aioli, to the New Orleans-inspired muffaletta salad, to the Hoity Toity BLT on French bread with arugula, to the Scratch burger with bacon marmalade, this is not your typical food truck. Like the name suggests, everything on the truck is prepared from scratch. Scratch aims to deliver its “modern comfort food” to locations where people congregate, but where there aren’t a lot of other food options within walking distance.
West Coast Taco’s glossy black truck was the first rolling kitchen in Indianapolis more than a year and a half ago, and it keeps dishing up its light yet spicy fare to hungry customers throughout the city. This is unabashed street food, so the portions, while modest, are packed with flavor and designed to be enjoyed on foot. The contents of their tacos stay wrapped and won’t spill out all over your shirt or slacks as you enjoy a light but satisfying midday meal. West Coast Taco’s trucks change locations daily, but the menu always remains the same.
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