Serving up Sweet Frozen Treats in a Vintage Fire Truck


Ice Cream Sundae Cones, Ice Cream Sandwiches, Cups of Ice Cream, Italian Ice, and more all around St. Louis, Missouri!


The Truck

We took a vintage 1946 Ford Fire Truck, filled it with Serendipity Homemade Ice Creams and novelties, and then blazed a trail for the St. Louis food truck scene.

You can find us at Citygarden, Sauce Magazine Food Truck Fridays in Tower Grove Park, or the Art Hill Film Series at Saint Louis Art Museum. Or popping up at private, corporate, and personal parties! So the next time you see us at an event, pull over, grab a rich and creamy cup, cone, or sandwich, and taste why The Fire & Ice Cream Truck is the hottest local food truck (with the coolest local ice cream) on wheels. You will be glad you did!


Book Us

Are you ready for an ice cream adventure served your way? You are in control of your "Ice Cream Destiny" with delicious treats using only premium ice cream and high quality toppings.

Contact the Truck Manager or call us 314-601-2038. Let us know the date of the event and the number of people you expect and we will get back to you.

The Truck is fun for:

  • Corporate Parties

  • Weddings

  • Birthdays

  • Anniversaries

  • Non-Profit Events

  • First Communions

  • Bar & Bat Mitzvahs

  • And so much more!

Find Us

While most of our Fire & Ice Cream Truck bookings are for private, corporate, or personal events, we do manage to be out and about around the greater St. Louis area.

You will find us at Food Truck Fridays in Tower Grove Park, the Art Hill Film Series at Saint Louis Art Museum, as well as at the Alton Amphitheater Food Truck Festival.

And since the Fire & Ice Cream Truck can pop up at local events and shows up at the last minute, the best way to keep tabs on all that we are up to is to keep checking for the latest post on all of our various social media pages!

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We're often asked about the history of the Fire & Ice Cream Truck. This Ford Truck was manufactured in St. Louis in 1946 and served for 10 year in Albion, Illinois as it's first motorized fire truck.

In 2005, it was purchased on Ebay by artists Scott and Stephanie Pondrom, who, along with mechanic, Andy Clem, redesigned and rebuilt it to become the first Food Truck in the city of St. Louis.

The Food Truck is now owned by Beckie Jacobs. Beckie Jacobs is the owner of Serendipity Homemade Ice Cream. Beckie establised her local creamery in 2003. It is located in Old Orchard in the heart of Webster Groves, Missouri.


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