It’s clear the food truck community in Dallas is strong and supportive. Even though they’re all competing on the same ballot, they lend a hand wherever they can. I’m pretty proud of Dallas. Aren’t you?
Though the food is tasty, the prices are a little much, as The Butcher’s Son asks college students to dish out a nice chunk of change for some of their dishes. They also don’t offer a real “combo” deal – The Butcher’s 3-Way – but one that equates to the same price as ordering three separate sliders.
The Great food Truck Race is gearing up for its fourth season, and they're looking for new contestants for the show.
Tutta’s has a large menu that includes traditional cheese, pepperoni or Italian sausage pizza, all in 8-inch, personal serving size. I have not yet tried the traditional flavors because I’ve consistently been drawn to their specialty, smoked meat pizzas.
Fort Worth added a burger truck to its truck line-up with Sauzy's Truck.
Nammi dishes up Vietnamese fusion cuisine with a limited menu starring banh mi. Their name, Nammi, is a fusion of two words: the 'nam' in Vietnam and the 'mi' in banh mi.
Every Thursday night in February the Design District will play host to afood truck rally featuring free beer (!) and soft drinks.
Participating food trucks vary weekly. Check the Design District event calendar for updates