Hungry? There’s little MuskokaStyle loves more than to hit a good food truck. After a day on the water we’re known to seek out a tasty taco or a box of cheesy fries. So, in the spirit of “sharing is caring”, we’re listing the ones we love. The list is small to start but it’s growing (as are our hips and tummies), so check back often. We’ll post when we find a good one.
Cheesus Murphy & The Grateful Bread
Like all of Lake of Bays and half of Huntsville, each new year we tick off the days on the spring calendar ’til Baysville’s funkiest food truck fires up its grill and throws open its windows. Cheesus Murphy & The Grateful Bread is, as promised, “the cheesiest place around”. On its sound system: a steady dose of classic rock (Stones, Lennon, The Grateful Dead). On its menu: grilled cheese sandwiches made with homemade bread, a lotta cheese, and a ton of George Carlin-esque hippie-dippy swagger. Cheesus Murphy sits in the parking lot of the local general store alongside Highway 117 on the edge of Baysville. It’s close to Lake of Bays Brewery, the library, and Humble Pie, and even closer to the liquor store. Driving through Baysville, it’s the truck painted Cheese Whiz yellow… you just can’t miss it. @cheesusmurphy
Taco Stop Huntsville
Because every day is #tacotuesday, we make frequent stops at the Taco Stop in Huntsville. It’s by the water, the food’s tasty, and the music’s good. Does life get any better? On the menu: tacos, burritos, bowls, and cheesy fries (which are super yummy). There’s beef, chorizo, chicken and lots of vegan options. And, because we’re fans of Costa Rica, we give kudos to the decor: Love Pura Vida! Location: 7 John St. Huntsville, next to Boston Pizza, right on the water. @tacostophuntsville
Stay tuned for more food truck reviews throughout Summer 2020. If you’ve got one we haven’t found, leave us a comment. We love road trips at MuskokaStyle, and we’re always hungry.