Sandwiches & Wraps





* these items may be served raw or undercooked, or contain raw or undercooked ingredients. consuming raw or uncooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish or eggs may increase your risk of foodbourne illness.

Where is Farm to Truck?

February 15

Lunch: Zillow Group

10am - 1:30pm
10771 E Easter Ave, Centennial

February 16

Zuni Street Brewery

4pm - 9pm
2355 W 29th Ave, Denver

February 19

Lunch: 55 Madison St

11am - 1:30pm
55 Madison St, Denver

February 20

Lunch: Comcast

11am - 2pm
5800 S Quebec St, Greenwood Village

February 21

Lunch: Comcast

11am - 2pm
183 Inverness Dr W, Englewood

February 22

Lunch: Comcast

11am - 2pm
4100 E Dry Creek Rd, Centennial

February 23

Lunch: Broadway Station

8am - 2pm
990 S Broadway, Denver

February 23

Zuni Street Brewing

4pm - 9pm
2355 W 29th Ave, Denver

February 24

Purple Haze Glass Party

5pm - 10pm
2017 E Colfax Ave, Denver

February 26

Lunch: Auraria Campus

10am - 3pm
950 9th Street, Denver

February 24

Gateway Classic Cars

7pm - 11pm
4150 Grasslands Dr Suite A, Englewood

February 27

Lunch: 55 Madison St

11am - 1:30pm
55 Madison St, Denver

February 27

Mountain Toad Brewing

4pm - 9pm
900 Washington Ave, Golden

February 28

Joyride Brewing Company

4pm - 9pm
2501 Sheridan Blvd, Edgewater

Not all food trucks are created equal

We go out of our way to find fresh, local products from all over Colorado that’s sustainably grown and raised. We found that organic, local produce and livestock not only taste better, but are better for you and the environment. When Steven, Bronson and I (Jon) started this endeavor, we did so with the belief that we could bring simple, healthy food to Denver.

We realized that many farm-to-table concept restaurants existed, but no one offered this quality fair from a mobile kitchen.Colorado boasts some of the best livestock and game in the country. We use nitrate free bacon, local Red Bird Farms chickens, and lamb from Long’s Peak in Evans, CO. The fruit grown on the western slope yields some of the purest and most distinct flavors on the planet. The potatoes from Center, CO are as good (or better) than potatoes from Idaho. And don’t get us started on the sweeter-than-sweet corn from Olathe, CO.

In every corner of the state, and everywhere in between, we found flavors that we bring together on this truck fresh, each and every day. At Farm to Truck, you will find that a majority of what you’re eating is from Colorado. If it’s not, it’s fresh and organic.

You’ll also see a mouthwatering new take on our menu for each changing season. Come try one of our juicy lamb burgers that we patty up just before it hits the grill with a side of fresh fries – cut, fried and fried again right on the truck. Or keep it simple with our take on the popular B.L.T, topped with our twelve hour, slow-roasted pork – just to put it over the top! We think you’ll be surprised and in a really wonderful way!

Where’s your food coming from?

At Farm to Truck, we pride ourselves on using local products.  We are surrounded by a wealth of great suppliers here in the Front Range.  We meticulously select the farms we use to bring you the highest quality, locally sourced food. Here is a list of some of our food suppliers. Fresh. Local. Love.

  • Longs Peak Lamb Evans

  • Cone Valley Ranch Pork Evans

  • Red Bird Chicken Denver

  • Sunset Farms Brush

  • Aspen Baking Company Denver

  • Clark Family Orchards Palisade

  • Disanti Farms Pueblo

  • Galicia Farms Ft. Lupton

  • Fagerberg Produce Eaton

  • Williams Orchards Cedaredge

  • Stroghaeur Farms La Salle

  • Glutino Breads Boulder

  • L.R. Rice Honey Greeley

  • MTH Farms Franktown

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