The Dallas City Council could vote this week on a plan to allow gourmet food trucks downtown.
Food trucks are a hot trend in gourmet food from New York to Los Angeles, but they're banned in downtown Dallas.
Finding the Messy Cheesy Gourmet Food truck is the tricky part. Finding things to like on its menu is a no-brainer, as long as you're not looking for an especially healthy lunch.
Local entrepreneur Randy Wolken is jumping into the food truck business in a big way. He’s obtained the Dallas franchise rights to Gandolfo’s New York Delicatessen.
You see, gourmet food trucks are all the craze in Dallas right now and I’ve been dying for one to set up shop in the Dallas Design District.
"We will have food trucks in the Arts District by the spring," count on it.
Mobile restaurants can run on $50,000 to $100,000, while it could cost half a million dollars to build a restaurant, according to the Eagle article.
According to Yum Yum Food Truck’s Facebook page, the City of Fort Worth has shuttered the downtown food trucks until after the Super Bowl.