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Super Bowl XLVI Food Truck Event on Monument Circle

Little Eataly Food Truck

ABOVE: Little Eataly, one of Indy’s newest food trucks serving pasta, sandwiches, soups and desserts, is one of 23 trucks participating in the Super Bowl XLVI Food Truck event on Monument Circle. Photo provided by Little Eataly.

By Bob Burchfield, Editor
AroundIndy.com, LLC

Part of the Super Bowl XLVI Social 46 Initiative

23 Indianapolis food trucks will make history when the first Food Truck Fair to be held during a Super Bowl celebration takes place on Monument Circle in downtown Indianapolis, Jan. 27-29 and Feb. 2-5, 2012, 11 AM to 10 PM each day.

The trucks will be located on the northwest quadrant of Monument Circle, and on the north side of the West Market Street spoke adjacent to Monument Circle. This section of Monument Circle will remain open to traffic throughout the event.

The iconic Super Bowl Roman Numerals on Monument CircleThe trucks are divided into two five-hour rotations each of the seven days of this event. Each will serve either the 11 AM to 4 PM shift or the 5-10 PM shift. It changes each day so that they alternate the day and evening shifts, but all 23 vendors are scheduled each day.

Also on Monument Circle, visitors will find the iconic Roman Numerals (see photo at right), to be located on the south half of the Circle. Additionally, for the first weekend, the Super Cars will be located along Meridian Street, just south of the Roman Numerals.

Rotation A includes the following 11 food trucks (Feb. 2 & 4 at 11 a.m., Feb. 3 & 5 at 5 p.m.):

Edwards Dashboard Diner
@dashboarddiner
tenderloins, onion rings, coney dogs

Marbles Cafe
southern comfort food

Duos Mobile Kitchen
@duosindy
vegetarian sandwiches, soup, hot drinks

Scouts Treats
@ScoutsTreats
cupcakes, brownies, popcorn, snacks, beverages

Veggie Hoagie at Duo's Mobile Kitchen

Veggie Hoagie at Duo's Mobile Kitchen. AroundIndy.com staff photo.

Safari Kitchen
grilled and fried African cuisine

Circle City Coffee Company
@circlecitycoffe
coffee, muffins, donuts

MacGenie
@MacGenieTruck
gourmet mac and cheese, pasta

Ivey Spice
wings, fish, ribs, sausage, fries, hot dogs, hamburgers

Gypsy Cafe
@gypsyindy
sandwiches, soup, sides, drinks

Taco Lassi
@tacolassi
pork tacos, fish tacos, lassi’s

Little Eataly
@littleeataly
pasta, sandwiches, soup, desserts

Rotation B includes the following 12 food trucks (Feb. 2 & 4 at 5 p.m., Feb. 3 & 5 at 11 a.m.):

Scratch Truck
@scratchtruck
burgers, sandwiches, gourmet menu

Der Pretzel Wagen
@derpretzelwagen
giant soft pretzels

Chicken Tacos at West Coast Tacos

Chicken Tacos at West Coast Tacos. AroundIndy.com staff photo.

Tacos Without Borders
@tacoswoborders
tacos, beverages

The NY Slice
@thenyslice
New York style pizza, salads, breadsticks, cheesecake

West Coast Tacos
@westcoasttacos
Korean and Mexican style tacos

Circle City Spuds
@circlecityspuds
spuds, gourmet toppings, soups, sliders, sweets

Rollin Wit Da Roux
@daroux2
Cajun, creole, BBQ

Rollin Wit Da Roux – Sweet Jeanius
@daroux2
pastries, cookies, cupcakes, pies

SpiceBox
@spiceboxindy
Indian food

Chef Dan’s Southern Comfort
@chefdansindy
catfish, rib tips, mac and cheese, chicken tenders, soup

Floribbean Flair
@FloribbeanFlair
fish tacos, crab cakes, Cuban sandwiches, BBQ

Neighborhood Pizza
@nhpizza
pizza, beverages

There is no Web site dedicated to the Food Truck event, but you can follow their activity on Twitter and Facebook. We’ve indicated their Twitter handles where known, and will update this page if additional information becomes available. For a consolidated page about Mobile Food Trucks in Indianapolis, see AroundIndy.com: http://aroundindy.com/mobile-food-trucks.php, which includes most of the trucks listed above.

PICTURED ABOVE: The Veggie Hoagie from Duo’s Mobile Kitchen and the chicken tacos from West Coast Tacos. AroundIndy.com staff photos.

Editor’s Acknowledgment: Lori Dunlap, 2012 Indianapolis Super Bowl Host Committee.

  1. February 3, 2012 at 12:08 am

    Gypsy Cafe twitter handle is @gypsyindy Our redneck nachos have been a crowd pleaser with the Cuban sub not far behind!

  2. Angela
    February 4, 2012 at 1:26 am

    Don’t get the hot cocoa at Safari. I was handed a huge cup of hot water and an instant cocoa packet. Yeah, cause mixing THAT up while holding another yet-to-be-made cocoa and a tray of biscuits was a real treat. And the cocoa packet was small and the cup of water large… it was awful! MacGenie was delicious.

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