From a gourmet mac ‘n cheese truck to a retro burrito bus, food trucks have slowly been taking over the Pittsburgh food scene gracing streets, parks, and community events with their drool-worthy eats. Now, a food truck park has been born.
Seated right off the riverfront in Millvale, The Pittsburgh Food Truck Park is home to rotating food trucks, a beer garden, picnic tables, and a large collection of lawn games.
The schedule of food trucks is constantly changing, so you'll want to keep an eye on the calendar. The park hosts 3 trucks a day. It's also important to note that there’s a morning and evening shift so pay extra close attention to the schedule. The trucks are known to sell out late in the day, so for lack of better words: the early bird gets the worm.
If you’re looking for a low-key spot to visit with friends and family, the park is an awesome spot to spend a casual evening.
Whether you’re looking for a sweet breakfast, a mid-day snack, or you’re just filling a craving, Sinkers & Suds Food Truck offers hot mini donuts topped to your liking. Adding more appeal, these sweet treats are also served out of a vintage trailer.
The donuts come in a variety of suggested "flavors", but if you’re feeling adventurous you can build your own masterpiece of icing and toppings. The S’mores flavor was appealing to me, but I choose to keep it simple and went with a basic chocolate frosted option. It didn't disappoint.
Sinkers & Suds are regulars at the Pittsburgh Food Truck Park, but follow their Facebook page to check out where they’ll be next.