Food Trucks for July’s Midtown Food Truck Fest
Café Con Leche: Catering LA specializes in the art of Cuban Cuisine. Offering an unlimited menu with event planning and production, any size any place. This is the Original First Cuban Gourmet Food Truck seen on the Great Food Truck Race Season 2 on The Food Network!
Cajun Tailgators: Cajun Tailgators is a highly-rated food truck, serving gourmet Cajun meals to the entire Dallas metroplex. Started less than a year ago, they’ve seen great success in many of their favorite entrees, including their Crawfish Étouffée. They travel around to different areas during the day, including Addison and the Arts District, but they are always updating their Facebook and Twitter, so you always know where to find them!
Chi’Lantro BBQ: This delicious food truck has been featured on Food Network, CNN, The NY Times, and more! Their uniquely combined Korean + Mexican street food menu is one to talk about. Included in the menu are fries, quesadillas, and burritos. Don’t pass up the opportunity to stop by this deliciously unique food truck!
Crazy Fish: Crazy Fish is one of the first sushi food trucks to hit the Dallas food-on-the-go scene! All of their dishes have a unique and modern twist, and provide a great lunch/dinner option for anyonelooking for inexpensive sushi to-go. Crazy Fish even has alternatives, such as cooked meats, brown rice and salads, for those who would rather play it safe. Their website has monthly schedules posted of where their truck will be located, so you’ll always be able to satisfy your sushi craving!
Cruzin’ Chef: Cruzin’ Chef is a full restaurant on wheels. Not only are they known for unforgettably delicious fruit crepes, but their menu covers nearly every filling that can possibly be placed in a crepe. From Chicken Florentine and Cordon Blue to Dulce de Leche, the crepes melt in your mouth for a first-class food truck experience.
Coolhaus: Started by two L.A. natives, Coolhaus began when the co-founders wanted to “build” the perfect ice cream cookie sandwich with their architecture degrees. Now, they have several trucks serving cookies and ice-cream all around the nation, including LA, New York, Austin, and Miami. Putting a contemporary twist on America’s favorite dessert items, Coolhaus has over 4,300 Twitter followers who track this ice cream truck’s every move.
Cup Cakin: Cup Cakin is a mobile bakery truck based in Dallas, better known as the Cup Cakin Machine. Serving not only cupcakes and pies to their truck customers, Cup Cakin also specializes in wedding cakes, cupcake bouquets, and any other baking needs you may want to order for you or your loved ones. Call them today for any special order or
Dos Paisanos: If you’re looking for great Mexican and Salvadorian food, you’ve come to the right truck! Usually found around the Arts District, Dos Paisanos has all sorts of delicious food, including Pastelitos and their famous tacos. Their beautiful, culturally decorated truck is the first truck in Dallas to serve both Salvadorian and Mexican food, with a wide variety of entrees for everyone to try.
Dough Boys Pizza: Everybody loves pizza, and Dough Boys Pizza makes some of the best pizza around! Based out of Arlington, but travels across Dallas, Mark “O”, Alex O’Connor and Spencer Casey know how to make your pizza just the way you like it. With daily specials, customized options and fantastic customer service, you’ll leave this truck with a full stomach and a great mood. Follow them on Twitter to see if they’re coming to an area near you!
Eat Jo Dawgs: Eat Jo Dawgs gives an interesting twist to any old hot dog. With a renowned chef, Joe Patrick, creating customized hot dogs, links, Polish sausages, and bratwurst for the DFW metroplex, EJD has turned into a new hot dog craze all around the city. They not only offer a variety of fresh ingredients, from your normal hot dog toppings to smoked bacon and guacamole, but they also have excellent customer service. EJD is here to please you and make you the perfect hot dog. Visit their website today to see where they will be rolling their hot dogs to next!
Enticed: Providing gourmet shaved ice to North Texas
residents, Enticed Shaved Ice might be the only of its
kind in the area. By adapting the Hawaiian process of
shaving ice off a block to develop a tasty beverage,
Enticed has set itself apart from your everyday snow
cone stand. Their menu features a ton of flavors, all
made preservative and corn-syrup free, and being the
only authentic mobile shaved ice stand around, you
can Enticed yourself almost anywhere.
Four Seasons: Four Seasons Food Truck leaves you with memories of Mom’s cooking from back home. Specializing in comfort food with a menu that rotates with each season, there is no lack of choice or deliciousness. With a new special every night, ranging from an enchanting ham and cheese wraps with garlic aoli and mixed greens to a phenomenal Philly cheesesteak, you are sure to enjoy the food and the easy atmosphere that comes with it.
Gandolfos New York Deli: Did you ever wish the neighborhood deli would come to you, instead of the other way around? Gandolfo’s New York Deli brings the meats, breads, bagels, and dogs of the Big Apple to the Lone Star State, with the added benefit of mobility. With a menu as large as theirs, it’s easy to understand whyGandolfo’s New York Deli is known for their selection.
Gepetto’s Pizza: Describing the crust as a perfect combination of fluffiness and crispiness and the toppings as fresh and plentiful is simply selling the pizza from this truck short. Each bite of this luscious pie forces your taste buds to savor the plentiful flavor until the last bite is gone, causing you to debate, and often give into, buying another. There is no doubt the friendly service and undeniable deliciousness will make this one of your favorite food trucks.
Jack’s Chowhound: The Chowhound was one of the first food trucks in the Dallas area, encouraging many others to follow suit. Jack’s “mean cuisine” is great, old-fashioned gourmet comfort food. With the variety of classic foods and the popular pulled pork grilled cheese, this experienced Dallas food truck should be a spot to check off your list.
K-Wheelz: Offering a variety of Kosher platters, this is a new food truck by Dallas based Simcha Catering. K-Wheelz has a delectable menu that caters to all types of events. Make sure you stop by to get a taste of their mouthwatering Burrito Schmuritos!
Nammi Truck: Nammi is a Vietnamese fusion food truck known mainly for their banh mi. Banh mi is a Vietnamese sandwich using bread similar to a baguette. The menu is simple, yet flavorful as you begin by choosing BBQ or grilled pork, lemongrass beef, lemongrass chicken, or a Vietnamese veggie tofu. Once you have chosen one of Nammi’s tender meats, you have the option to
surround it with a banh mi, taco, or rice bowl. With speedy service and an insatiable menu, Nammi Truck is sure to be a pleasurable experience.
Potato Potahto: Potato Potahto is creatively named after the fun annunciation debate. The new Dallas food truck offers up a simple menu, but with many options to customize. With the choice of russet or sweet, the “Potato” comes in #1 or a healthier #2. The “Potahto” of the day is served with a variety of toppings and also with the choice of russet or sweet potato. This classic American food truck provides flavors for even the pickiest palate any day of the week.
Rockstar Bakeshop: Rockstar Bakeshop is Dallas-Fort Worth’s gourmet whoopie pie destination. It is hard to miss the black and white checked truck with a bright pink banner offering mouth-watering desserts. Rockstar Bakeshop is known for their delicious whoopie pies, but also serve a variety of cookies, pretzel sticks, and other dessert options. The unique food truck can even cater and customize packaging for your events!
Semplice Cibo Italiano: Fresh Italian food made by professionals is what you can look forward to when you stop by this delicious food truck. Along with its yummy pasta options, you can also get fried appetizers, soup, salad, or sandwich sliders. There are even gluten free options! Stop by this deliciously fresh truck for your Italian fix!
Ssahm Korean: Serving BBQ infused Korean tacos with an irresistiblearray of stimulating flavors. Ssahm’s tasty meat options are served ina taco, quesadilla, or burrito. A popular item on the menu is the Kimchee Fries topped with monterey jack and cheddar cheeses,cilantro, onions, caramelized Kimchee, and spicy mayo.
The Butcher’s Son: Affiliated with the Johnsonville brand, the Butcher’s Son serves up the famous Johnsonville sausages on the go. The food truck offers a diverse selection of Johnsonville meat in sandwiches, quesadillas, sliders, and other presentations. A unique aspect of this food truck is that they try to minimize the
use of ordinary condiments, keeping the emphasis on the rich flavor of the Johnsonville sausage.
The Bomb Fried Pies: Bomb Fried Pies is definitely a show-stopper. The old-school, pastel pink trailer which is pulled by a 1960’s Thunderbird takes you back in time. The bubbly spirit of the food stop makes for a delightful experience before you even take a bite! Famous for their fried guacamole wrapped in a perfectly flakey crust, Bomb Fried Pies also serves up various fruit pies. The character of this food truck joined with a unique yet simple menu makes this stop a must.
Three Lions: There’s no need for expensive plane flights to get an authentic taste of England. Three Lions offers food options straight from Britain made with a Texas twist. With meat pies made from the flakiest crusts and tender beef and sausage rolls cooked with “secret ingredients” cooked to perfection in a flaky pastry, your taste buds will beg for more chances to experience this gratifying truck.
Yes! Taco: Known for their array of ingredients and speedy service, Yes! Taco is regarded more closely as a specialty Mexican restaurant than a food truck. Yes! Taco boasts a selection that brings diversity to your everyday taco. With many meats and cheeses to choose from and a slew of vegan alternatives, Yes! Taco has set themselves apart with their authentic blend of Tex-Mex cuisine.
Yum Yum: The name says it all! The bright pastel food truck serves up delicious Mexican cuisine with a menu containing as much character as the truck itself. Yum Yum offers tacos, burgers, and burritos (“Yum Yums”) with the freedom to customize your sauces and toppings (known as pimping your yum yum). This food truck also serves breakfast tacos and quesadillas using the same process of choosing a flavorful meat, tortilla, sauce, and other toppings. For a quick, affordable, and savory meal, Yum Yum is the truck to find.