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The Frog’s Netflix Recommendations For Feb 2019

Looking for something new to binge watch this coming February? Whether your date is  Netflix this Valentine's day or your bae, these are our top 10 recommendations. Check em' out: Bandersnatch  In 1984, a young programmer begins to question reality as he...

Why You Should Take Restaurant Design Seriously

For a lot of people, design is probably the last thing on people's minds. In the perspective of some people, design gets in the way of proper eating. And depending on where you are located, design might be as simple as going on PhotoShop. But if you want your...

10 Incredible Food Scenes from the Movies

1. When Woody Allen and Diane Keaton had some lobster trouble in Annie Hall https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IHoprNCyl7o 2. When Remy got his hands dirty and "taught" Remy how to really cook in Ratatouille. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TlfomfB2BNs 3. Julia Child...

Want to Crowdfund Your Restaurant?

Crowdfunding was a term for dreamers--a term where e-ink watches and a Veronica Mars movie can turn to life. But lately, there has been a different medium where crowdfunding has hit its vibe: Restaurants. And in a few ways, it makes a lot of sense. 1. You Build a...

We ♥ Our Clients!

An update on the girl with blue hair and her restaurant equipment love story. Beautiful things happen at the Frog.

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One Fat Frog Restaurant Equipment Pack: Financing

Remember our Pack No.1 and Pack No.2? Well we want to continue providing our vast resources in one easy package by providing our third pack: On financing. If you want to see why restaurant or foodservice financing is so important, here are a few articles to take in...

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Why You Should Take Restaurant Design Seriously

For a lot of people, design is probably the last thing on people's minds. In the perspective of some people, design gets in the way of proper eating. And depending on where you are located, design might be as simple as going on PhotoShop. But if you want your...

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10 Incredible Food Scenes from the Movies

1. When Woody Allen and Diane Keaton had some lobster trouble in Annie Hall https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IHoprNCyl7o 2. When Remy got his hands dirty and "taught" Remy how to really cook in Ratatouille. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TlfomfB2BNs 3. Julia Child...

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One Fat Frog Restaurant Equipment Pack: Refrigeration

Did you like our Pack No.1? This time, we're covering all about refrigeration. Why? Because if fridges and freezers didn't exist, then restaurants would likely have to order new supplies every single day. The basic features of your garden-variety fridges and freezers...

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Want to Crowdfund Your Restaurant?

Crowdfunding was a term for dreamers--a term where e-ink watches and a Veronica Mars movie can turn to life. But lately, there has been a different medium where crowdfunding has hit its vibe: Restaurants. And in a few ways, it makes a lot of sense. 1. You Build a...

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Frequently Asked Questions

I'm new to food trucks and trailers, how do I get started?

The best place to start the process is in our showroom discussing your dream with one of our sales associates. They can help you map out a path for what type of trailer will best fit your needs.

How much does a food truck or trailer cost?
Costs can vary depending on vehicle size, equipment, and special features. Keep in mind we DO NOT provide you with a generator. We can help you pick out the correct generator for your mobile kitchen and we help mount it. A typical food trailer costs between $20-75K with food trucks starting at $50K. Speak to a sales representative for more accurate pricing.
Am I able to finance my food truck or trailer?

Financing is available through third party lenders. We work with most credit scores and will help you get approved in as little as 3 business days. Learn more

How long will it take for my food truck or trailer to be built?

It’s our goal to get you up and running as soon as possible. Manufacturing times vary depending on a lot of factors. While your trailer is in production, we help make sure you have all your permits and licensing ready so that when the trailer arrives you’re ready for inspection and you’re cookin! A sales associate will work with you on a specific timeline.

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