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Food Truck Schedule for Dallas: October 14 to 19

If you attended the event last week, pictured in the photo above, then you got to experience some of Dallas’ top food trucks all together in one place. Take note of the group: Easy Slider, Ruthies, Flatlanders, Nammi, and Pompeii DFW. The only way it could have been better is if The Butcher’s Son, Guava Tree, and Cajun Tailgators showed up. Then it would have, without a doubt,included all of the top rated food trucks in Dallas. There are a few from Fort Worth that occasionally come down to see us (SoCal Tacos, Good Karma Kitchen). But as far as Dallas food trucks go, this group is tops.

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September 8-14 Food Truck Schedule for Dallas

Temple Shalom is holding its 3rd Food Truck Palooza this coming Sunday, September 14. Currently booked food trucks include The Butcher’s Son, Coolhaus, Cup Cakin’ Machine, Easy Slider, Gandolfo’s NY Deli, Little Greek, Mad Grill, Misha’s Kitchen, Nammi, Rockin’ Rick’s, Ruthie’s Crepes, Ruthie’s Grilled Cheese, Simply Dosa, Taste of Cuba, Texas Burrito Company and Tutta’s Pizza. This event has been well-run in the past with a strong tilt towards kids activities.

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August 25 – 31 Food Truck Schedule for Dallas

This coming Sunday, August 31, is the Deep Ellum Brewing Company’s “Labor of Love”, named for the efforts of home and craft brewers.  Three of my favorite food trucks will be there: Easy Slider, Pompeii, and Eat Jo Dawgs. Here’s your schedule for the week.  Always check Facebook and Twitter before going out.

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July 7 Food Truck Schedule for Dallas

Every month, Ruthie’s picks a worthy group as one of it’s “Ruthie’s Dozen”. Then, they give back 10% from the Ruthie’s Grilled Cheese truck and at the same time help create awareness. This month, they’ve chosen Heroes on the Water, an organization that serves wounded and disabled active duty troops through therapeutic kayak fishing outings on the water.

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June 23 Food Truck Schedule for Dallas

Probably the best food truck that didn’t survive was Yellow Belly. You could argue for Taco Party as well. But since I had a great picture of Yellow Belly in the archives, and I really miss the “flying swine”, sort of a pork wing. We really need more of these unique concepts.

With that, here is your schedule for the week. As always, check Twitter and Facebook feeds.

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