Ruthie’s continues to grow, adding their Ruthie’s Creperie to the fold. The crepe truck will feature both sweet and savory crepes. For now, they are only doing private parties, but will roll out to public events in December.
Easy Slider continues to grow, adding a second truck. The second truck will be used primarily for private events, so that the original truck can continue to work public events.
Trailercakes’ new bricks’n’mortar was outed by a SideDisher. Owner Heather Zidell tells us that they are trying to get all of the permits completed, so that they can open by November 26.
Pompeii begins rolling in Dallas this week. This new truck is operated by Audra Denny, who was formerly a partner in Semplice Cibo Italiano (SCI). I spent a few minutes with Audra last Wednesday at the weekly Create & Barrel pop-up, where she was scoping her new competition. Audra’s passion for great food is apparent. This is a truck that I look forward to having on the streets.
This week, we add FW’s World Tour Food Truck, bringing flavors from around the world in panini form.
This will be a slower week for most food truck/trailers. Nammi, Coolhaus, and Enticed are taking the week off.
The primary event for the week is another Lake Highland Eats event on Saturday.
Continuing pop-up food truck parks at Sigel’s/Greenville on Wednesday and Friday. Crate and Barrel on Knox/Henderson will host a pop-up on Wednesday as well.
Here is your schedule for the week. Always check Facebook and Twitter feeds before going out.[table “11” not found /]