Street Eatin'

Two Great Things in One Spot: Food Trucks and Breweries Team Up

Black Raven in Redmond hosts a rotating roster of trucks, including newcomer WiseGuy.

By Christopher Werner November 13, 2012

WiseGuy is wise on the fact beer makes comfort food even better. Photo via Facebook.

Food trucks and beer: two things Seattle loves and does quite well. It's rather convenient then that breweries are having the good sense to bring in trucks to feed their pint-raising patrons.

This past summer Two Beers in SoDo hosted various food trucks outside its tasting room, the Woods. Every Friday afternoon meant discounted ales alongside Skillet fish and chips or Bigfood flatbreads. Black Raven in Redmond has been doing something similar for even longer. On any given day The Box, My Chef Lynn, or Big House BBQ may park outside the brewing company, usually in late afternoon.

Even if you're already visited the brewery during one such occasion, Raven's recent roster is worth another trip. Last weekend one of the area's newer trucks, WiseGuy Italian Street Food, pulled up to shill its heroes—either Italian sausage and pepper or meatball—and pasta entrees.

To keep track of the truck happenings at Black Raven, check out Facebook.

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