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Planning a wedding isn’t easy, and neither is keeping your expenses within budget. We’re here to help with both.
With over 10 years of food & beverage and hospitality experience, we know what you need and how to plan the best possible celebration for this momentous occasion.
With Where’s The Foodtruck, it’s as easy as 1, 2, 3…
We’ve created a simple form here to get you started. Is this for the rehearsal dinner, the wedding, or the reception (or all 3)? What kind of food do you crave for yourself and your guests?
We’ll assign a dedicated catering expert to you who will follow up with a call to round out the details and ensure we check all your boxes to create an amazing dining experience.
Your catering expert will contact the best food trucks for your needs. The gourmet food trucks that we’ll suggest to you are vetted and have the highest ratings.
We’ll share your options with you, along with their proposed menus and cost breakdown. If you’re looking to customize a menu for your wedding, we are here to help with that as well.
If you like what you see, we’ll collect a small retainer (to be applied towards the catering), and we’ll schedule tastings for you. After tasting your options, you’ll select your preferred caterer(s) and we’ll reserve them with a 50% deposit. The remainder can be paid 2 weeks prior to the event date.
Your catering expert will remain in contact throughout your event, ensuring the best possible experience. If there’s anything you need, we’re here for you. You’ll have direct contact information and can reach out at any time.
With your catering needs taken care of, you can focus on enjoying yourself on your special day.
This ranges based on the event type and by vendor, of course. There are 3 common types of events for foodtrucks:
You should expect to pay between $12-20 per person, based on the specifics.
Use our form and a catering specialist will reach out to you to get the best results.
Great question! The vendors on our lists will be able to serve 60-100 guests per hour, based on the cuisine and serving specifics. Let’s discuss what you have in mind. We’ll make tailored suggestions to your event for the best possible experience.
Unlike traditional wedding caterers, we work quickly. We typically have a list of ideal foodtrucks for your event, including their proposed menus, within a week. You’ll narrow down your options with your dedicated WTF catering specialist.
Yes. To an extent. A pizza truck isn’t likely to make tacos for you, but the chefs who own and operate these restaurants on wheels enjoy creating a special experience for you. We’re here to help create the experience you desire.
We collect and keep on file all required licenses, health permits, and insurance documents so you don’t have to worry about that.
Some jurisdictions require special permits for events. Please check your local regulations to ensure compliance. We also suggest checking with your venue for assistance.
*Where’s The Foodtruck does not provide additional insurance, licenses, or permits.
No problem! If you haven’t finalized your venue, you’re sure to do so soon. A general location is all we need to start with. As you narrow down your list of foodtrucks for the event, we’ll need to narrow down your venue to determine any restrictions that our vendor might encounter.
Yes, there are a few items to consider for your venue when planning to use a foodtruck caterer.
There are many varieties of mobile food vendors, including trucks, trailers, carts and pop-up tents.
Trucks are typically 16′-28′ long, 8′ wide, and 10′-12′ tall.
Trailers can be smaller, but can also be larger.
Carts and pop-ups require the least amount of space. Usually 10’x10’x10′ will do.
Any food vendor for your event will need a level workspace. We will communicate to you any specific requirements they might need for their setup.
Beyond that, our mobile food vendors are fully self contained. You will have to provide access to restrooms for the caterers and their staff. If you don’t want them running their generators, you’ll need to provide a power source. (Typically a 20-amp outlet on a designated circuit is enough, but this varies by setup.)
We manage the entire process for you. Once you’ve selected your desired vendor(s), we can secure them for your event with a 50% deposit. The remainder is due two weeks prior to the event date. The vendor will not receive final payment from Where’s The Foodtruck until your event is successfully completed, to ensure you have a great experience.