As one of Beechwood Grill’s food trucks, Wood Truck BBQ serves up slow-smoked, tangy barbecue dishes. Try the Asian pork tacos, made with smoked pork, chipotle barbecue sauce, Asian slaw and sriracha. The pork parfait is also a hit — layers of smoked pork and beans topped with coleslaw. The truck also serves up a new special every week as well as signature sides — try the mac and cheese, you won’t regret it.
Located across from Cityside Middle School in Zeeland, Wood Truck BBQ operates Tuesdays–Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. For more information, visit Wood Truck BBQ’s Facebook page.
Utilizing culture and the spices of the world, Spice Boys offers vibrant dishes with the familiar taste of authentic home cooking. Spice Boys serves up street tacos and sides of pineapple fried rice. The tacos are available with steak, pork or veggies and come garnished with fresh cilantro, onion and lime.
Tulip City Brewstillery, located on the south side of Holland, is the truck’s home base, and hours of operation and location changes can be found on Spice Boys’ Facebook and Instagram pages.
Beechwood Grill’s second food truck, Mr. Big Slice serves up authentic, New York-style, thin-crust pizza. Made in a brick oven, the pizzas are 16 inches in size and cut into six slices — hence the name, Mr. Big Slice. Hours of operation and location change often; visit Beechwood Grill’s Facebook page for updates on location, hours and additional information.
Prior to opening Holy Smokers BBQ food truck, the owners cooked and competed professionally in competition barbecue. With two permanent locations in Fremont and Zeeland, the truck serves up classic barbecue staples — pork, chicken and beef brisket. Holy Smokers is also known for its award-winning sides — mac and cheese, barbecue beans, coleslaw and potato salad.
Rotating specials include sausage, rib sandwiches, smokehouse brisket burgers, cheesy potatoes, nachos, brisket tacos and more. Visit the truck’s Facebook page for information on hours and locations.
Located just outside its West Olive restaurant, Sandy Point Beach House’s ice cream truck is a great way to cool off on a summer day. After dining at the restaurant, step outside for some dessert — remember, there’s always room.
With plenty of flavors to choose from, including soft-serve options, there is something for the whole family to enjoy. For information on hours of the truck, visit Sandy Point’s Facebook page.
Opened in May of 2017, Smoke’N Joe’s began with a tent, smoker, food license and a dream. Now, the food truck serves authentic barbecue in Saugatuck, Fennville, Allegan and Holland. Smoke’N Joe’s offers plenty of choices — baby back ribs, chopped brisket, pulled pork, chicken quarters, bacon-wrapped bratwurst, pulled-pork nachos, hot dogs, and homemade sides, including mac and cheese, barbecue baked beans, potato salad and coleslaw.
Visit the truck’s Facebook page for up-to-date information on locations and hours.
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