Seven Chicago Food Trucks: Where They Go and What They Serve

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Happy Bodega food truck

Happy Bodega
Amanda Cavazos originally wanted a coffee truck (a no-no under current Chicago laws); then she took a different tack and created this friendly silver convenience store on wheels. Grab locally made granola bars, Crop to Cup coffee, baguette sandwiches, or signature Happy Pockets ($4.50–$6), warm and flaky pastries filled with everything from ratatouille to Italian sausage, fennel, and feta. Props for the West Town breakfast service and fresh flowers for sale.


Photography: Chicago magazine Staff and Courtesy of food trucks



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