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What started as fondly remembered lunch from 1999–in Switzerland–is now one of the hottest food trucks in the Triangle. We've been featured on Food Network with Anthony Anderson, and we're ALWAYS a favorite at the annual North Carolina State Fair.

Forget about hot dog buns, these sausages come in a freshly baked French baguette along with your sauce of choice deliciously created from ingredients hand-picked from local farmers markets. Baguettaboutit features six flavors of NC-made sausage, choice of eight hand-crafted sauces as well as a vegetarian selection.

Our goal is simple: to make a great tasting sandwich with a dedication to using local products as much as possible. You won’t be disappointed!

The trucks regularly make an appearance at local concerts, food truck rodeos and festivals–and are always available for catering anytime you want.

Born from passion, culinary expertise, a dedication to local culture and ingredients and most of all a really, really great product-JUST YOUR AVERAGE SAUSAGE? BAGUETTABOUTIT!

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Add some zest to your next event with one of the first food trucks in the Triangle. We’ll bring our tasty combinations to your party, wedding, corporate event…anywhere! We want to make your special occasion delicious!

Besides our eight feature sandwiches, sides and desserts are available to meet all your catering needs.
View our menu here

For more information, email us at or contact 919.414.9986.

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