Who doesn’t love a taco?
Greater Lansing’s diverse Mexican restaurant scene means patrons are
From purple trucks covered in carrots to trucks covered in flames. We see these iconic vehicles
Taco Tuesday. Happy Hour Margaritas. Fajita Friday. We'll take any excuse to indulge in Mexican
April 12, 2017
By definition, food trucks are fairly inconspicuous. They’re just, “vehicles equipped with facilities for cooking and selling food.” If you’re more intimately acquainted with any, then you know they’re more akin to ice cream trucks for grownups. These vehicles may not play music as they drive through town (maybe they should?), but it’s pretty exciting when you peek out the office window at lunchtime and see one pulling up.
Parked throughout Lansing are numerous food trucks that offer a variety of cuisines like farm-to-truck fare and down-to-Earth comfort food. With the weather warming up, now is the perfect time to escape your routine and try something a little less conventional. Consider yourself warned though, once you try a food truck it’s easy to convert to the curb-side. So forget dining within four walls, try one of these meals that come from four wheels.
February 20, 2017 by Matt Vande Bunte
This post was submitted by guest blogger Matt Vande Bunte.
Distinctive brewpubs? Check.
Memorable burgers? Check.
“Nasty Woman Pancakes?” Yep. (We’ll explain in a moment.)
Lansing has all that and more, serving it up with a unique Capital City flair that can be found nowhere else. From food trucks to fine dining, you can find whatever suits your palate – and your budget.
Whatever you are you in the mood for, here’s a month’s worth of our favorites for you to trying any order you'd like: