New food truck caters to Gateway Trail bicyclists in city of Grant

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Tamra Hartman who opened Gateway Trail Side, a food truck on the Gateway Trail geared toward bicyclists and outdoor enthusiasts. (Gazette staff photo by Alicia Lebens)

Tamra Hartman who opened Gateway Trail Side, a food truck on the Gateway Trail geared toward bicyclists and outdoor enthusiasts. (Gazette staff photo by Alicia Lebens)

Nestled among the horse farms of Grant, the Gateway Trail runs north and carries bicyclists from across the region through tree-lined stretches of rural Washington County. About a mile and a half north of the Gateway-Brown’s Creek Trail split sits the aptly-named food truck, Gateway Trail Side.

“We are only the second food truck in Washington County,” owner Tamra Hartman said. “It took us all winter to talk with the city and the county and the state to set up Gateway Trail Side.”

While most food trucks are found on city streets, Gateway Trail Side has carved out an oasis on the side of the state trail as a respite for recreationists looking for a quick bite to eat or a place to settle in for a rest.

Continue reading this Stillwater Gazette story by Alicia Lebens.

 

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