Montage Palmetto Bluff hotel introduces three new food truck options

The Little Brown Wagon is an old-school teardrop camper made out of used bourbon barrels and converted into a portable bar.

After undergoing an expansion last September, the Montage Palmetto Bluff in Bluffton, S.C., now offers more than 16,000 square feet of meeting and event space, as well as expansive green areas, making it the ultimate destination for large group events, corporate meetings and weddings. This summer, Montage Palmetto Bluff has taken a new approach to catering events with three new innovative food trucks:

  • Big Carol – Completed with a fully functioning kitchen and wide variety of enticing menus curated by the resort’s culinarians, Big Carol can create any cuisine to match a guest’s desire.
  • The Little Brown Wagon – An old-school teardrop camper made out of used bourbon barrels and converted into a portable bar, the Little Brown Wagon is ideal for group bourbon tastings and boasts two taps for craft beer. Larger groups can pair the Little Brown Wagon up with the Big Carol, to create an even more memorable event.
  • S’mores Cart – A modern day bakfiet (“box bike” in Dutch), Montage Palmetto Bluff’s s’mores cart is a modern interpretation of the original freight bicycle that tradesmen’s used to ride to make deliveries of baked goods, dairy and produce. The cart is customed designed with six bins, offering a variety of flavored and classic marshmallows, a tray of graham crackers, bins for roasting sticks and a mini refrigerator for keeping the house-made milk and dark chocolates perfectly crisp.

Putting a unique twist on event catering, Montage Palmetto Bluff’s food trucks and s’mores cart will serve as the main attractions for any event on property this summer.

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