Friday, November 11, 2011
Three new food trucks to hit streets of Fort Worth
Featuring California street tacos, bacon, and gluten-free food.
This weekend, Fort Worth gets its turn at the excitement of multiple food trucks hitting the streets!
After a soft opening over the last several weeks, Antojitos Cali-Mex sets up in their permanent location at 517 University at the Grotto, starting at 10 p.m. Having recently moved to the Metroplex from Southern California, Antojitos will bring the street foods of Cali to the streets of Fort Worth. The menu is completely different from any other truck in the Metroplex with street tacos of carne asada, pollo asado, nopalito (cactus) tacos as well as fish and shrimp tacos. And because it cold and Antojito's is a cool trailer, tortilla soup and Mexican onion soup are on the menu to warm you up! Follow Antojitos on Facebook and Twitter for more details, including their full menu.
Friday night also is the first night that The Bacon Wagon hits the streets of Cowtown! The first taste of bacon will be at Wired Willy's Grand Opening Block Party. The party starts at 8 p.m. at 2708 West Carroll. With a menu of various bacon sandwiches on gourmet bread, bacon soup, and even bacon desserts, this truck is a pork lover's dream come true. Based on comments on Facebook, there are bacon lovers all over the Metroplex who will be seeking this truck out this weekend! Follow The Bacon Wagon on Facebook and Twitter to find out when and where they are makin' bacon.
Saturday lunch brings us our first experience with Good Karma Kitchen! After posting pictures of their truck Lucy and teasing us with menu offerings, we finally get to taste the products that bring gluten-free street food to Fort Worth. In addition to all items being gluten-free they will be either vegan or vegetarian However, truck owners Christina and Megan have spent months in their kitchen finding the right ingredients to ensure that their menu is appealing to the meat-eaters among us. I personally am excited about the sushi of the day options! For their first day of service, you can find Lucy set up in the 1400 block of Jones Street, between UTA Fort Worth and the Transit Center. The Opening Day menu is posted on their website, www.thegoodkarmakitchen.com. Follow Good Karma Kitchen on Facebook and Twitter to find out where Lucy is set up and add some Good Karma to your life!
Best wishes to all the Fort Worth trucks. I'm looking forward to visiting all of you!
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