Food trucks are already the best way to make any celebration a hit, but add a bit of alcohol and your party becomes an instant can’t miss event. If you’re looking for a few boozy food trucks to get the party started – or keep it going – we’ve got four trucks you should check out, order for your next soiree and become one of the most popular hosts around.
Tipsy Cones – Stratford, Connecticut
Tipsy Cones is what happens when you combine delicious and creamy ice cream with alcohol infused flavors. With different flavors like Rum Riddled Raisin, Drunken French Toast, and the classic Whiskey Vanilla Bean, this truck is an expert at creating delicious boozy ice cream. Husband and wife team, John Albers and Brooke Santagata-Albers, used her combined skills of homemade ice cream experience and bartending, and Tipsy Cones was born. With over 30 flavors of alcoholic and non-alcoholic and even vegan ice cream and sorbet, this mobile creamery has something for everyone.
Five Sisters Catering – Tuckerton, New Jersey
The Five Sisters food truck, serving the Tuckerton area, is slinging delicious boozy creations that are perfect for your next party. The Whiskey Tango Sliders, two miniature whiskey-glazed burgers topped with cheddar cheese, bacon, onions, and a mouthwatering bourbon BBQ sauce and the corned beef with a Guinness gravy are a few of the must-try items on the menu. Other alcohol-influenced dishes include a Bloody Mary soup, homemade Bacon Bourbon Jam, and a tequila hot sauce, proving the Five Sisters Catering truck is one of the best in the Garden State at cooking with booze.
Winery on Wheels – Dallas, Texas
Dee Braman is setting out to prove that wine is no longer just white and red, instead making colorful creations served in red solo cups, naturally. Fun frozen drinks include fruity mixes like the ‘Angry Sunburned Texan’, a sangria and piña colada swirl; or the ‘Pink Cadillac’, a blend of margarita and strawberry daiquiri. Also serving tube shots and wines by the glass and bottle, the Winery on Wheels truck is making Dallas parties more exciting, one boozy beverage at a time.
Spiked – Charlottesville, Virginia
Foodie Will Conti and his Spiked food truck specialize in gourmet alcohol-infused dishes, like a vegetarian “reuben” with wine-soaked beets and a hot ham and cheese sandwich with mustard-spiked with beer. Conti uses the zest of the booze to compliment his food, so while the alcohol cooks out during the process the tasty flavors remain. Try the Blitzed BBQ pulled pork sandwiches marinated in whiskey or the Drunken Steak sliders marinated in moonshine, both of which will leave you feeling full, happy, and probably a little (food) drunk.
Get started and combine two of everyone’s favorite things – food and booze – by booking one of these delicious trucks for your next get-together. Cheers!
– Roaming Hunger