Tag: Austin

Austin, TX: Vegan food truck offers new take on milkshakes

By Julia Jones  |  Daily Texan Online When best friends Moni Burgin and Rachel Horesovsky decided to open a vegan food trailer, they knew they’d...

Austin, TX: East Side King opening new trailer location in East Austin

The menu will feature grilled baguette peanut dipping sauce and pickles; grilled pork shoulder with sticky rice, tiger cry sauce, pickled cabbage; Thai-Kun fried chicken with chicken fat rice, boom sauce, cold cucumber, pickled cabbage; Panang beef curry with chicken fat rice and holy basil: and Thai-Kun fish cake with peanuts and pickles.

Austin, TX: Sandwich Roll

the first iteration of the truck is called Tartinette and will focus on sandwiches and salads.

Austin, TX: Pretty Thai for a White Guy food truck now selling sauces, spices

The Austin couple that runs the Pretty Thai for a White Guy food truck at 409 Jessie St. is getting into the grocery game.

Austin, TX: Patrizi’s Owners to Open New Food Truck at Scoot Inn

The initial menu features classically-inspired plates like buttermilk-brined blackened chicken thigh, slow-roasted pork shoulder inspired by cocoon du last, and a seasonal veggie plate – all served with dirty rice and maque choux. T

Austin, TX: Food trucks finding their place

Food trucks were a part of Austin’s culture long before sprawling growth took over the city.

Austin, TX: IMPACT ROUNDUP – Food truck court planned for North Austin

The food truck court is tentatively set to open in late May depending on the weather, said David Barnett, owner of Pop's Tacos food truck.

Austin, TX: [MCDONALDS] Launches A Food Truck At SXSW

Can you guess what clown is joining Austin’s beloved SXSW?

Austin, TX: Fort Collins food truck serves South by Southwest

One of the draws of owning a certain type of 21st century restaurant is that you can take it with you.

Austin, TX: The Peached Tortilla – Path from Food Truck to Brick and Mortar

Eric Silverstein, founder of The Peached Tortilla, was Austin’s local voice. He shared candid details about his path from street food to brick and mortar, and his story is one of the most interesting I’ve heard in recent years.