March 10 Food Truck Schedule for Dallas

On Friday, March 14, the city will shut down Flora Street and Harwood Street for a downtown Arts District Spring Break Party: Crow Collection of Asian Art, Nasher, DMA. The party starts at 6pm with some of Dallas’ better food trucks, including Easy Slider, Guava Tree, Jack’s Chowhound, Pompeii DFW, Ruthie’s, Rock’n'Rick’s, Nammi, What’s da Scoop, bobaddition, Bombay Street Food, and others.

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Texas Burrito Company, a New Food Truck, Launches in Dallas

Last night, I was invited to an event at the Community Brewing Company to sample Two Trucks’ newest addition to its food truck family, Texas Burrito Company. Texas Burrito Company serves burritos, tacos, burrito bowls, and salads, which all scream Mexican with a little bit of Texan on the side. I ordered the Rio Grande, a flour tortilla stuffed with Monterey Jack cheese, brown or white rice, black beans, sweet barbacoa pork, topped with a green chile sauce. Oh man, was this not your average Chipotle burrito. The sweet barbacoa pork paired with the spicy green chile sauce made for the perfect combination of pure burrito goodness. My friend ordered the Amarillo By Morning burrito, which comes with a four tortilla, queso fresco, brown or white rice, black beans, green chili chicken and roasted garlic with tomatillo sauce and a sour cream drizzle. If you’re into the plain-jane chicken burrito thing, then this is the burrito for you. It’s nothing crazy-adventurous yet still delicious.

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A New Burrito Food Truck is Rolling Your Way

Texas Burrito Company (TBC) is a new brand from Two Trucks (The Butcher’s Son, Gandolfo’s NY Deli, What’s Da Scoop). They’ve snuck out on the streets a couple of days and are doing their media launch this evening. I found them at one of their pre-launch lunch events and tried the sweet pork barbacoa nachos ($6.50), corn on the cob ($2.50), and The Tejas taco ($4.25 each). Alas, I was late and they had sold out of the signature burritos ($7.50).

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