Food trucks are growing in popularity and I can see why. Incredibly tasty food that has outdoor seating and mobile so it can be brought right to you? Yes, please!! Another amazing part of food trucks is the local families that own and operate them, nothing beats supporting a local family operation. There is no shortage of food trucks in Wabash County, from all beef Detroit-style hotdogs to American food with an Irish twist, and fresh raspberry lemonade to peanut butter lovers’ milkshakes, there is something for the whole family. Read on for the food and drink trucks that are owned and operated in Wabash County!
Barabbas has a mobile smoker to make you some of the best BBQ you have ever had! They specialize in pulled pork, ribs, smoked mac & cheese, baked beans, and mac & cheese bowls! Just the smell of the smoker is enough to make your mouth water!
The “Holly” offers a one-of-a-kind barista and bartending experience, carefully curated for each client. Enjoy beer, wine, malt beverages, or cold brew with sweet cream or Jenny’s signature Tennessee Tea, Shirley Temples, vanilla cokes, or flavored lemonades! Book them for your next party for a guaranteed great experience.
Emmett specializes in mid-western cuisine with an Irish twist. Enjoy this pulled pork mac n cheese or loaded totchos (tater tots, pulled pork, shredded cheese, tomatoes, sour cream & BBQ sauce). Emmett’s can be found every Saturday at the Wabash Farmer’s Market. His menu changes frequently so check out Facebook for what he is serving next!
For Goodness Shakes is a BRAND new food truck, that serves premium Chocolate Shoppe ice cream by the scoop or as a flight if you can’t decide on just one flavor! Offering a variety of sundaes and shakes, including our Chocolate Lovers, Cookies & Cream, and Peanut Butter Lovers. YUM!! Be on the lookout for the ice cream nachos too! For Goodness Shakes is the ultimate way to enjoy a tasty treat while also giving back to Wabash County as 33% of the profits are put back right into our community! I personally recommend the hot fudge sundae!
The Franklin by Market Street Grill is a mobile bar designed to serve wine, beer, cocktails, & more! Bringing top-of-the-line bartending service from Market Street Grill to you, the Franklin can offer your next event a unique experience & excellent service. I personally recommend a rum and coke!
Nick’s specializes in 1/4-pound all-beef hot dogs available with several different kinds of toppings. The classic ketchup and mustard combo, Chicago style, Detroit style, and kraut/pepper combo! My personal favorite is mustard, onion, and extra relish! YUM!! Nick’s will be serving dogs during the Wabash Run The River Block Party on June 10th.
Red Barn specializes in made-to-order elephant ears. Elephant ears are an Indiana delicacy also known as “fried dough” – a fried circle of dough that is coated in cinnamon and sugar! Red Barn is a staple for the Wabash County Fair and reminds me of my childhood.
Rusty’s Chicken specializes in leg quarters and red-skinned potatoes. They serve chicken salad sandwiches, loaded potatoes, grilled tenderloins, and loaded nachos also! Rusty’s will be serving up chicken for Bluegrass At Hopewell on July 29th!
Tam’s truck serves traditional Mexican food with Tam’s unique twist of love. Make sure to come hungry! Check out FACEBOOK to see where they will be next! I can’t wait to try some Birria tacos and street corn!
Booking private events soon! Book Sweet Brews to cater your event and let them bring the coffee shop to you. They have designed a full-service coffee shop on wheels! Check them out at the Wabash Farmer’s Market on Saturdays!
The Sweet Shack offers fresh 32 oz lemonades in a variety of flavors. Some of the flavors include strawberry, peach, mango, and blueberry! On special occasions, they offer plant-based energy infusions as well as mini donuts! My personal favorite is strawberry lemonade!
Tim’s Thai 2 Go is a veteran-owned and operated food truck based in Wabash Indiana, that provides quick and Thai-Licious Thai street food and drinks on the go. Tim’s is a staple for Downtown Wabash’s First Friday with a line that goes down the block and for good reason. Tim himself promises it will be Thai-riffic! I can’t recommend the spring rolls enough! Follow his FACEBOOK page to find out where he will be next!