top of page
  • Writer's pictureMarylee Marmer

Mangia! Mangia! - Food Trucks

Food Trucks are quite popular this year! Everything goes when it comes to catering for your wedding. For a more casual wedding, many of my couples are switching to food trucks. This is a great way to keep savings down. Now, we know food trucks were the last thing on your mind but now you are totally interested! Just be sure to check with your venue to make sure they allow food trucks.

Now that we have got you hooked, be sure to consider having a separate bartender and service staff to help with the bar and clean up, and when meeting with the owner or team with the food truck, you also want to discuss whether they can accommodate large crowds. Another great idea is to set up stations and buffet tables to alleviate long lines. Your planner can go around each table to let guests know the food is ready.

Below are all of the Food Trucks available in the RVA along with some of Marylee Marmer Staff Picks*

  • Boka Tako Truck *

  • Bonbon Asian Fusion

  • Carytown Burgers and Fries *

  • Cheezilla

  • Curbside Creations

  • Dressed and Pressed

  • Gelati Celesti Ice Cream *

  • Goatocado

  • Great White Buffalo

  • Happy Empanada

  • Hungry Turtle

  • Jadean’s Smokin’ Six 0

  • Jazzy Petite Treats

  • King of Pops

  • Kona Ice

  • Mister Softee

  • Mobile Sweet Shoppe

  • Monique’s Crepes

  • Mosaic*

  • Opa

  • Paris Creperie

  • Pedal Pops RVA

  • Piedmont Smokehouse

  • Pizza Tonight

  • Polar Roller

  • Popping Mealies

  • River City Wood Fire*

  • Slideways Mobile Bistro

  • Street Deli Food Cart & Catering

  • Suck on this BBQ

  • The Cozy Caravan*

  • The Boardwalk

  • The Dog Wagon

  • Yoder’s Donuts*

  • Almadina

  • Bo Dillaz

  • Cuban Food

  • Habanero’s

Image Courtesy of Paige Stevens Photography

21 views0 comments
bottom of page