On the Gulf Cart, it is our mission to provide world-class customer service and deliver a food truck experience that showcases the best of the US Gulf Coast’s ingredients. To provide an adventure that is above reproach anywhere in the Southeast and will be enjoyed and remembered for generations to come.
Bill was born down in the bayous of Louisiana, yes way down, where the not so hit show “Swamp People” is filmed. No… he doesn’t have an accent; it would be a lot cooler if he did. He grew up in the Tampa Bay area fishing and boating his whole life. Falling in love with the beautiful waters and the amazing culture of Tampa Bay. When bill was 18 he joined the Marine Corps and was selected for the elite Marine Raiders. He deployed to Iraq, Afghanistan, North Africa, and South America. During his travels he enjoyed the cuisines of the world where he fell in love with the food along his journeys. After failed attempts to be a normal person with sensibilities, Bill has ditched the suit, his cushy air- conditioned office jobs and decided to share his love for food with the world. His passion for the sea and his love for the outdoors, has driven his passion for the ingredients of the Gulf Coast. He now has the opportunity to cook the food he grew up eating. No, we’re not talking about the crayons he scarfed down when his teacher wasn’t looking. We’re talking real local food.
Cody Capobianco was born and raised in Florida. After graduating from UF and working in various industries, both as an entrepreneur and as a member of staff, he found his passion in the foodservice industry. A combination of opportunity and fortune brought him together with Chef Bill, a former colleague in the financial industry, to create the Gulf Cart Food Truck concept. An aspiring Florida Man, Cody has traveled the state eating the best cuisine we have to offer, mastered the secret art of Karate, and has been on a boat at least twice. He enjoys reading Facebook arguments, emo rock from the early 2000s, and people who yell for no reason. He dislikes chili without beans because it’s just meat sauce.
Gulf Cart Food Truck does food truck catering!