Charles Goodnight invented the Chuck Wagon in 1866. Goodnight and his partner, Oliver Loving made a Trail Drive of 2,000 longhorns from the Fort Belknap area in northern Texas, to Denver Colorado. Goodnight purchased a U.S. Government Wagon and had it completely rebuilt according to his specifications. The distinguishing feature of the wagon was …View full post
Or civet coffee, is the world’s most expensive and low-production varieties of coffee. “Kopi” the Indonesian word for coffee along with “luwak” is local name of this animal which eats the raw red coffee beans. The civet digests the soft outer part of the coffee cherry, but does not digest the inner beans and excretes …View full post
Denver Street Eats, a team that follow a dream like most food/coffee trucks in our country. Thank you for all your hard-work dedication and support to the food / coffee trucks community “We are the music (video/coffee) makers, And we are the dreamers of dreams”. (Arthur O’Shaughnessy)View full post
The traditional espresso should be extraordinarily sweet with excellent aroma and flavor similar to freshly ground coffee. The crema should be dark .brown, smooth and thick. A good espresso should be enjoyable straight with any flavors. A pleasant and aromatic aftertaste should linger on the palate for minutes after consumption.View full post
“Kopi” the Indonesian word for coffee along with “luwak” is local name of this animal which eats the raw red coffee beans. The civet digests the soft outer part of the coffee cherry, but does not digest the inner beans and excretes them.Apparently the internal digestion ends up adds a unique flavor to the beans, removing the bitter flavor, and then beans are then picked up by locals and sold.
The most expensive coffee in the world, selling for between US$100 and $600 per pound. The specialty Vietnamese weasel coffee, is sold at $$3,000 per pound. If you can get over the fact that you are drinking such a strange brew.
Kopi luwak is produced mainly on Indonesian. It is also produced in Philippines and Vietnam has 2 farms with 300 wild civets. The farmers collect the coffee seeds and produce only 300 kg. (661 pounds). per year of authentic Vietnamese chon coffee.
Denver Street Eats, a team that follow a dream like most food/coffee trucks in our country.
“We are the music (video/coffee) makers, And we are the dreamers of dreams”.
The traditional espresso should be extraordinarily sweet with excellent aroma and flavor similar to freshly ground coffee. The crema should be dark .brown, smooth and thick. A good espresso should be enjoyable straight with any flavors. A pleasant and aromatic aftertaste should linger on the palate for minutes after consumption.
Banh Mi, or bread filled with grilled pork, mayonnaise, herbs and a special spicy sauce which dance around all the flavors. Combined with a good cup of coffee and condensed milk (Vietnamese coffee),is the most popular street food for breakfast & brunch in Vietnam.
In Denver metro area, “Manna from Heaven” named the best food truck in 2012 based in the best Banh Mi in the city. http://www.westword.com/bestof/2012/award/best-food-truck-2118286/
Thank you for including us on Food Truck Row! We look forward to the opportunities to network and serve and grow the Denver Colorado Gourmet Food Truck Customer Base.
We will be serving breakfast and lunch today and the later half of next week mid-block at the Wells Fargo Center on 17th and Sherman to our new found amazing customers soups, grilled cheese, and lots of food allergen friendly options. We love you guys!
We spend Sundays at The Denver Beer Company serving the patrons our varied menu. We make kid friendly mac n cheese, pizzas, pastas, and have lots of other options including roast duck and braised lamb. Come on out and have a beer or water and some of our great food…we’ll be there from 11 till around 8 or 9 depending on the crowd.
When deciding to start a business as difficult as street food -served from an expensive kitchen on wheels, we obligated ourselves to a life of service to others. We all need great food regardless of the weather so, Manna from Heaven and several other trucks on Food Truck Row will keep serving our fans and visitors all year round.
Sure, the temperature will drop, we will have issues with frozen pipes and slippery roads but, we will be there to serve hot meals at various locations throughout the front range.
Keep an eye out, we have HEATERS for our hungry fans while you look at our menu or wait for your order. Be not afraid, we don’t give up – neither should you.
Food Truck Row will be in effect at various locations such as:
Toys R Us at Park Meadows– near County Line & Chester St (9505 E County Line Rd, Englewood, CO 80112)
Fridays from 4pm-9pm and Saturdays 11am-9pm.
Planet Honda – near I-70 & Colfax (15601 W. Colfax Ave., Golden, CO. 80401)
1-2 Saturdays each month from 11am-2pm
Colorado Railroad Museum – near Golden Freeway 58 & I-70 (17155 West 44th Avenue Golden, CO 80403)
3rd Saturdays each month and on Special Event days from 11am-2pm’ish
We also have special events happening such as:
Grand Opening of Office Depot at 16th and Wynkoop, LoDo
Saturday, December 15th from 11am-2pm
The UGLY Sweater Race at Denver City Park Pavilion
Saturday, December 8th from 9am-2pm
Don’t forget our regular street service each week at locations such as Colfax and Sherman, and REI at 15th and Platte. Be sure to follow Food Truck Row on Facebook to see where your favorite trucks will be next.
As a food truck entrepreneur, I always have my eyes peeled for unknown trucks. Especially the wolf-in-sheep’s-clothing type. You see, I think the glory of the food truck is that it allows food creators an affordable access to the food service market. Where a restaurant will cost you minimum $50k and more realistically like $150k, We started serving food from our trailer with about $7k initial investment. It’s the passion and bootstrapping that makes the food from food trucks so good. So keep your eyes peeled for these imposters:
This truck can be found, of all places… inside Rockies stadium. Aramark’s not hiding that they understand that the food truck is an affordable way to add kitchen capacity. But with those wheels covered up, it makes me wonder, to what commissary does this truck report?
When I saw the Blue Bear Burgers truck parked out front of the SIA SnowShow at the Convention Center, the first thing that struck me was the California plates. Anybody with a food truck will attest that the concept of a road trip in a food truck would be terrifying, but this photo from their FB page shows the real secret. Upon closer inspection, I found this truck to be owned by Centerplate, “the largest hospitality partner to North America’s premier sports stadiums, convention centers, and entertainment venues.” Luckily for us, the food truck biz is no Get Rich Quick scheme, and corporations don’t generally have the where-with-all to keep their trucks out all the time.
Lastly, I saw this truck beating up I-70 outside of Rifle on my way to Moab for some biking. The Mexican trucks don’t get a lot of credit from the “Gourmet Food Truck” scene but these are the hard working folks who started things way back in the day, and you will notice that lots of the trucks on Food Truck Row are rebuilt and re-wrapped taco trucks. If you are ever after a fantastic torta, just cruise Federal Blvd, and take your pick from any one of the dozen’s of hard working caminos.