St. Louis Gets Served: FarmTruk Brings Comfort Food to Busch Stadium

Calling all baseball fans and foodies! Get ready to experience a taste of St. Louis tradition at Busch Stadium this season. FarmTruk, a beloved local food truck known for its scratch-made comfort food and dedication to fresh, local ingredients, has joined the stadium's lineup as its newest food partner.

This isn't just any concession stand addition. FarmTruk, helmed by chef-owner Samantha Mitchell, is a St. Louis institution. A regular at Sauce Food Truck Friday in Tower Grove Park (including the upcoming season opener on April 26th!), FarmTruk has built a reputation for innovative comfort food classics. Craving something meaty? Their brisket mac and cheese is a legend, while their take on a Reuben reimagines the iconic sandwich with FarmTruk's signature touch. Feeling lighter? Jalapeno popper sliders offer a flavor explosion, and their gooey butter cakes are the perfect way to end a delicious ballpark adventure.

But Busch Stadium isn't FarmTruck's only stop. This culinary caravan brings its crowd-pleasing dishes to over 200 events across the St. Louis area annually. Want to track them down? Check out their website and social media (@farmtrukstl) to see where they'll be whipping up their magic next.

For Mitchell, this partnership is more than just bringing good food to the ballpark. "Partnering with Busch Stadium and the St. Louis Cardinals is a dream come true for us," she says. FarmTruck takes pride in showcasing the city's vibrant culinary scene, using local ingredients and celebrating St. Louis' rich food traditions. "We are thrilled to share our creations with Cardinals fans," Mitchell continues, "There's something for everyone to enjoy, from our classic comfort food to our exciting seasonal offerings."

So next time you're cheering on the Cardinals at Busch Stadium, head to section 428 in the Budweiser Terrace. You might just discover your new favorite ballpark meal, courtesy of FarmTruk. After all, what's a trip to the ballpark without a taste of St. Louis?

Post a Comment

Previous Post Next Post