here’s also a suggestion to require photo ID badges for all vendors, prohibit smoking by vendors while operating in the vending locations, and to establish a dress code. All these are unregulated right now and sound pretty fair, except… what’s up with this dress code?
The Real. Texas. Festival. is two days of music, food, fun and even rodeo. Headliners for this year’s festival are Pat Green on Friday and Kevin Fowler on Saturday.
The organizers will have live music throughout the day and seating in the ballpark to watch the Saturday televised away game.
Maui Wowi Hawaiian introduces the newest way to bring the party to the people. The new food truck is owned by a local franchisee and will be cruising into Dallas-Fort Worth to provide fruit smoothies and Hawaiian espresso beverages from its paradise on wheels.
At least 28 food trucks will be participating in the festival, which include a variety of food types such as cupcakes, Chinese, Indian and American food, Cooper said. However, the food trucks that serve students on the Central Library mall Monday through Thursday will not be participating because of scheduling conflicts.
We’ve got a full plate this week, ranging from Brazilian cuisine to a smorgasbord of food trucks to high-end wine dinners. No time to waste. Let’s dive in.
McDaniel flips a switch toward the back of the vehicle right next to an emblem that reads “Sweet and Savory”. Water spews out onto the pavement below. That water is what melted away the night before from the ice block that serves as the cooling mechanism inside the truck’s refrigerator
Jack in the Box’s food truck will be spotted throughout the Dallas area as it appears at several upcoming events.
Cruisin’ Kitchens says that they’ll be going again in two weeks, but all scheduled Tutta’s events are cancelled through April 6.
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?