Mobile munchies: Find these food trucks in Calgary

Members of Calgary’s food truck fleet operate almost year round. Often found in and around the downtown, these mobile eateries are also regularly sighted at festivals and special events. Track their movements with precision by downloading the Calgary Street Food App —

Cheezy Bizness

Calgary, AB T2P 2G8

Active in warm weather, this grilled-cheese wagon is one of Calgary’s best-loved food trucks. Owner Nicole Fewell’s sandwich selection is warm, gooey and filled with local ingredients such as Brassica mustard and Spragg’s Spanish chorizo in combo with various cheeses such as gruyere and cheddar.

Jojo's BBQ

3505 Edmonton Trail NE, Calgary, AB T2E 3N9

Smoked meat artiste Jody Barned takes real Southern barbecue mobile, serving pulled pork and sliced brisket sandwiches as well as Sloppy Jojos and rib racks. Even the sides are southern-issue: mac ‘n’ cheese, barbecue beans, corn fritters and coleslaw. Also try Barned’s barbecue take on poutine.


Calgary, AB T2P 2G8

Mexican form meets Japanese ingredients in this fusion food truck. Its Asian burritos combine sushi rice and a selection of typical sushi-roll ingredients with your choice of saucy salmon, pork, chicken or tofu wrapped in a tortilla shell. For those with dietary restrictions, the truck serves vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free and dairy-free dishes.

Farm Girls

Calgary, AB T2P 2G8

This comfort-food wagon is the farm-fresh brainchild of chef sisters Amy Wenger and Jocelyn Rempel. Their revved-up home-style dishes may include lamb pot pie, braised beef shepherd’s pie and perennial favourite old cheddar truffle butternut squash mac ‘n’ cheese.

Holy Grill

827 10 Ave SW, Calgary, AB T2R 0B4

Steak Out Truck is the wheelie satellite of Holy Grill on 10th Avenue Southwest across from Mountain Equipment Coop. It's beefy thing is cut-to-order prime rib sandwiches. Also order appetizer-sized marinated steak bites with dipping sauce, the same on fries or salad as well as steak and eggs.

The quintessential Mexican meal, tacos are also a relatively scarce commodity in Calgary. However, we’ve done some digging and unearthed the select few restaurants that make truly marvelous versions of these hand-held snacks.
The city’s summer season features a delicious dance card of culinary festivals and events. Many, such as Stampede-time pancake breakfasts, are easy to access the day of, but the various tasting and tippling shindigs listed here can fill up quickly, so purchasing tickets sooner than later for these foodie festivities is recommended. Image credit:
The city’s pathway system is one of the longest in North America. Given its lengthy stretches, the occasional rest and snack stop, though few and far between, are a welcome sight when walking, biking and inline skating. Here are a few restaurants, cafés and snack shacks located on or near our scenic cycling system. Image credit:
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