Food truck offers variety of fare

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By Gina Velasquez

At festivals and outdoor concerts around Los Alamos, Chuck’s Wagon is there to make sure no one goes hungry.
Chuck’s Wagon mobile food truck travels throughout the state to festivals, carnivals, picnics and other events that require “Fair food.” Most recently, they were the only food vendor at the Next Big Idea Festival at Fuller Lodge and they also were a vendor at Zozobra and the Renaissance Fair in Santa Fe. It was occasionally one of the vendors at the Friday Night Concerts. It plans to be at Mountain Elementary School’s Halloween Carnival.
Chuck’s Wagon is known for its “Fair” food, burgers, funnel cakes, fresh cut fries and fresh squeezed lemonade.
Chuck and Miracle Miller make their business a family affair. Their two sons, Reagan, 12 and Hunter, 10, also help out during festivals. It was first established in July.
The plan is to expand their menu and find a permanent spot in the Los Alamos community, which is a plan already in the works. They leased the space from the property owner and went to the county for approval on the space. They received a permit to park across from Ashley Pond and they can begin operations on Oct. 1.

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