Category archives for: Fayetteville

Fayetteville, AR: Shulertown Market Food Truck Court is Filling Beers from the Bottom Up

A customizable, flat magnet seals the cup after it’s lifted from the tap.

They say there is more than one way to skin a cat, and while that might be true, actually skinning a cat seems like a terrible idea, and is something that will probably land you in jail.

Fayetteville, AR: Fayetteville Springfest vendor application deadline is April 29

University of Arkansas Food Science students exhibit during Springfest 2011

Organizers of the event are seeking arts, crafts, and street food vendors as well as non-profit organizations to fill a few remaining vendor booth spaces for the 2013 festival, set for May 4 on Dickson Street in downtown Fayetteville.

Fayetteville, AR: The Great Food Truck Race Recap: Pop Tarts And Lamp Posts

GFTR 2

The final four is headed to Nashville, Tennessee next week.

Fayetteville, AR: Star Wars Themed Food Truck – How Cool!

Grillenium Falcon

Appropriately, the truck is called the Grillenium Falcon, and there’s a fried sandwich on the side is shaped like the Millennium Falcon.

Fayetteville, AR: Hammontree’s ‘Grillenium Falcon’ Grilled Cheese Food Truck

Fayetteville is an amazing place, but if there is one thing this city is lacking, it’s food trucks. Thanks to the fine folks at Hammontree’s Grilled Cheese, that situation will soon be improved.  Chad and Alison Hammontree today announced a soon-to-be mobile grilled cheese restaurant, “The Grillenium Falcon.”  The first location for the mobile restaurant hasn’t been determined, but Chad said that the owners of the lot in front of David’s Bridal (near the Mall Avenue Walmart) were very receptive to the idea of the lunch truck setting up shop there.  “We’re still scouting locations,” he said. “We’re going to find a place where people want us to be.”  Hammontree said that he plans to serve four of the most popular gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches from his restaurant and two new sandwiches in the truck. He also plans to serve a few salads, and several of his homemade soups.  The Hammontrees have been working on the 23-foot truck since October. Chad said most of the remodeling to outfit the truck for food service is complete, minus a few finishing touches.  “I’m hoping we’ll be open within a month,” Chad told us this morning. “It’s going to be sweet.”

Fayetteville is an amazing place, but if there is one thing this city is lacking, it’s food trucks. Thanks to the fine folks at Hammontree’s Grilled Cheese, that situation will soon be improved.