LOLO — A windy road, a vintage trailer, and food so delicious it’ll have you forgetting your manners. These are just a few of the trademarks of Graze, the Highway 12 food truck.
“All the little pieces really just fell together perfectly, and we couldn’t have planned that,” said Graze co-owner Whittney Olson.
Sometimes it doesn’t take much to bring the magic back to a forgotten place. Whittney and her husband Jason know this from experience.
“There have been so many people stop by and say, ‘Oh, I remember stopping and getting penny candy’ or you know all these stories that people have…this place needed life,” Jason told MTN News.
That’s exactly what it got, and then some.
You may remember the location, about six miles up Highway 12, as the old Lolo Creek Store.
That store is now home to the Olsons, and while you won’t be buying penny candy from what’s currently their living room, there’s something new cooking just outside: Graze, Lolo’s newest food truck.
Hit the gas a little too hard, and you might just miss it.
“After COVID hit, I was teaching school up at Woodman, and he was the rep for the Lolo Creek Distillery, and we had an opportunity to sit back and reflect and decide that if we’re gonna give something a go, this might be the best chance to do it,” said Whittney, recalling the decision to open Graze food truck outside of