Three Savory Food Trucks In Chicago To Try (November 21, 2013)

“If you’re a burger buff, this is the food truck for you. You can get a basic cheeseburger or if you’re looking for something different, try the stuffed patty packed with Chihuahua cheese and topped with roasted poblano peppers and a green chile aioli that  has a kick. They’ve even got the vegetarian’s covered with…” Click Here to read more

Zagat Rates Windy City Patty Wagon Food Truck of the Week (July 9, 2013)

“Food Truck of the Week is our tribute to Chicago’s booming food truck industry. We highlight the people putting the pedal to the metal in the street food scene. The good ole paddy wagon, it came in handy in the early 1900s when mobsters needed to be hauled to the slammer. Today, while the antiquated term fades into history and a new Patty Wagon is king of the Chicago streets. This one carries burgers, not criminals. Windy City Patty Wagon is helmed by Danny Herrera and now patrolling the city with burgers grilled fresh on the truck. No need to commit a misdemeanor to get its attention, follow its whereabouts a Twitter to try some criminally delicious burgers….”    Click Here to read more

Food trucks jockey for top spots (Chicago Tribune August 22, 2013 Mark Caro)

“Steve Maxwell had spent most of his recent Thursday lunchtimes downtown selling Indian specialties out of his Curried food truck in the roundabout in front of NBC Tower, but on a late July Thursday he pulled up at about 8:30 a.m. to find three other food trucks already parked in the designated food truck zone….”    Click Here to read more

 Food Truck 50 features Windy City Patty Wagon (July 11, 2013)

“Oh, burgers. Oh, baby.  There’s something to be said about the aroma of meat patties searing away while you wait in line. Smells like pure unadulterated badassery.  Up until now, we’ve had The Wagyu Wagon and Hummingbird Kitchen. Great trucks, the both of them. Only Wagyu doesn’t have a scheduled lunch service, opting for mostly events, and Hummingbird is an Evanston truck.

Enter Windy City Patty Wagon, one of the city’s newest food trucks to cook on board….”    Click Here to read more