The Little Fleet
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This collection of food trucks in downtown Traverse City remains as popular as ever, with throngs of visitors and residents alike flocking to Little Fleet for the smoked potato tacos from Happy’s Taco Shop, the smash burgers from Glendale Ave., or the pulled pork sandwich from Cordwood BBQ. In the…
The Little Fleet itself is a bar with indoor lounge seating, they do have games to play at your table. In front of The Little Fleet is where all the food trucks park, and they are ALL FANTASTIC! There is seating outside as well and you can take your drink out there to enjoy your local eats.
Awesome spot to hang out and grab a drink or eat at one of the several food trucks that are located here.
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