Snappy Snacks Mobile Catering is Central Texas’ Largest
Full- Service Commissary … And More!
Originally founded in 1997 as “King Arthur Catering”, Mr. Ramsey’s first mobile catering venture started in the small community of Hutto, Texas. It was comprised of one mobile food truck and a 2500 square foot warehouse. Now known as Snappy Snacks Mobile Catering, the company is presently located on a 10-acre complex in Pflugerville, Texas, just minutes north of Austin. It is home to over 70 mobile catering vehicles. This unique, one-of-a-kind complex includes Snappy Snacks’ corporate headquarters, a 5,000 square foot, state-of-theart wash bay capable of accommodating up to 16 large mobile food trucks, four full-service commissary kitchens, a 2,500 square foot full-service mechanic shop, and a 16,000 square foot commissary warehouse and retail store known as La Placita Super Mercado. The store, which is open to both mobile catering operators and the general public, has a meat market and stocks food, drinks, produce and dry goods. A 7,000 square foot outdoor music plaza and food court capable of accommodating up to ten mobile food trucks is also located on the complex.
Please contact us today for more information on
Snappy Snacks Mobile Catering’s commissary services.
We have helped launch the successful careers of nationally-recognized entrepreneurs such as The Peached Tortilla and Chi’lantro. Our proven business model sets new standards in the mobile catering industry, not just locally but across the nation.
"It was clear from the beginning that Tom and the Snappy Snacks team cared about our project. From conception to execution, I had full confidence in their services. Whenever the business of Food Trucks is mentioned to me, Snappy Snacks is my go-to resource."
- Andrew Kaplan, Director of Special Projects, Rachael Ray/Watch Entertainment, Chicago
"Snappy Snacks offered us the infrastructure at a very early time in our business to allow us to get off the ground. Having access to not only a short term leased food truck but facilities to purchase food and wash our truck allowed us to focus on running the business."
- Eric Silverstein, The Peached Tortilla, Austin
"Tom and the Snappy Snacks team have been a long term partner of CMN. We have worked together on multiple national food truck marketing programs including Bud Light, McCormick and Simply Asia. With the complexities of permits, food prep, and logistics that go behind any food truck activation we can always rest assured that we are in good hands. Their team of chefs and staff are highly trained professionals who are willing to go the extra mile to ensure that the quality of service and food always exceeds all expectations."
- Elisa Cogo, Cardenas Marketing Agency, Miami
"Snappy Snacks provided Chi'Lantro a platform to enter the food truck business. I'd like to thank Tom Ramsey and his staff for their assistance. Thank you!"
- Jae Kim, Founder & Server, Chi’Lantro BBQ
"I've worked with Tom Ramsey and Liz at Snappy Snacks for the last several years coordinating Round Rock's largest event, The Round Rock Chalk Walk. Tom's stellar team has helped us grow the event from 5,000 visitors to over 35,000. Not only did they help line up amazing food trucks that were clean, had great customer service, and wonderful food, but they also brought ideas, other vendors and resources, organization and generosity to the planning and implementation. I was impressed with the care, extra effort, and quality they provide as a business, individuals, and as a team. Everyone that helped was positive and worked to make our event the biggest and best event in Round Rock!"
- Laurie Mahnke, Round Rock Chalk Walk
"MEGA THUMBS UP for Snappy Snacks! If you are looking for a fun, professional and tasty treats, then Snappy Snacks is your team! The food items are always delicious and served by the most professional and courteous vendors. The food trucks are always super clean, aroma of the food inside each truck is wonderful, and each truck has creative arts displays that highlights the food. Tom cares not only about the quality of the food, but cares deeply for the community and the events he is helping."
- Scot S. Wilkinson, Director for Arts and Culture, City of Round Rock