Monday, April 2, 2012

Four New Trucks Rolling out in April

Last month, I told you about seven trucks scheduled to roll out.  At least three of those had some delays and we are patiently waiting for the mid-month launch of both The Food Dude and Café Con Leche Dallas. The Food Dude tells me that he expects to roll on April 10 and Café Con Leche Dallas has an event scheduled for April 14 –15, so we can expect to see them around that time.

April has the promise of four new trucks rolling out.

On April 1st, Semplice Cibo Italiano rolled out, with a soft opening in Fort Worth, serving up fresh pasta. With a menu of build your own pasta dishes, (linguine, fettuccine or penne as well as gluten free pasta) and your choice of a variety of sauces, SCI has the making a carb lover’s dream come true. If pasta is not your meal of choice, SCI also offers a caprese salad and tomato basil soup or various sandwiches to fill you up. Semplice Cibo Italiano has their grand opening for dinner on April 5 at the Fort Worth Food Park. Follow SCI on Facebook and Twitter to know where else to find them.

Later in April, Dallas gets a new truck, via Rockn’ Rick's. Rockn’ Ricks will have a hard rocking menu of Cajun and American infused burgers, dogs, flat bread wraps and sandwiches, seafood and poboys and a gumbo, chili or a soup of the day.  Rockn' Rick’s will be based out of Forney but will be covering the Dallas area. Follow them on Twitter and Facebook to know exactly when and where they roll out.

The opening of the Cowtown Chowdown in Forth Worth is bringing with it some new trucks, including these next two.  

The Food Traveler Truck has one of the most unique menus I have seen on a DFW based truck.  The Food Traveler’s website describes how the concept was developed after years of traveling the world.  Items that have piqued my interested are:  jerk wings, Belgian frites and escargot, although a Thai salad or Korean Manu dumplings do sound good right now.  Follow the Food Traveler on Facebook and Twitter to find out their hours and go visit them at the Cowtown Chowdown.

Auntie AM's Sweet Stop will also be set up at the Cowtown Chowdown. I’m told that their specialty will be cupcakes, cookies and other sweet treats, including some that are gluten free.  Follow Auntie AM’s Sweet Stop on Facebook and Twitter to know when they open. 

With the opening of these trucks, DFW will have 56 trucks on the road. 

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