Yum! A Touring Chick-Fil-A Food Truck Is Spreading Deliciousness Across Minnesota + Wisconsin!
The chicken-centric fast food chain Chick-fil-A has developed quite a bit of a cult following for its yummy food items. I know plenty of people that don't live near a shop that make a point to include a stop at one of their restaurants while visiting an area with a location.
While their footprint of stores in Minnesota and Wisconsin is expected to expand northward with a location coming to Duluth in 2024, there are a lot of places in both states that are nowhere near one of their restaurants - which are mostly located in the Twin Cities and St. Cloud in Minnesota and in the southeastern part of Wisconsin.
The good news is that there is a touring food truck that travels Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Iowa, bringing a number of their menu favorites across the three-state region.
Meet the Chick-fil-A Food Truck
Whether it is their classic chicken nuggets, spicy or regular sandwiches, wraps, iconic waffle fries, or other items, the Chic-fil-A Tri-State Food Truck brings some of the restaurant's food to you.
The one that tours Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Iowa is one of 30 Chick-fil-A food trucks around the country, according to BringMeTheNews. Each truck is owned and operated by a local owner, offering a slightly different menu depending on location.
The Upper Midwest one is owned by a Rochester, Minnesota man that also owns the Ear of Corn location on Broadway Avenue in Rochester. He brought the truck to the region over the winter, bringing it to a number of different stops since firing it up.
You can see the menu offered by this truck on their website, where orders can also be placed
How do you find the Chick-fil-A Food Truck In Minnesota, Wisconsin, or Iowa?
The food truck has a Facebook page, which shares updates about upcoming destinations. Some of their recent stops include Tomah, Wisconsin, St. James, Minnesota, Hutchinson, Minnesota, and Spirit Lake, Iowa.
While the truck (so far) has stuck mostly to Southwestern Wisconsin, Southern Minnesota, and Northern Iowa, it just might make a stop near you sometime soon! They do say on their Facebook page that they do take requests for stops.
Follow their latest updates here.