DFW Food Truck Festival coming to Sigel's

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Updated to include more food trucks

Jasper Russo called out to Dallas food trucks, and they've answered en masse. As Eater reported yesterday, August 27th will mark the first DFW Food Truck Festival, Russo says, with the Greenville Avenue location of the Sigel's chain playing host to a growing list of food trucks.

The pairing of mobile eats and Sigel's is nothing new. The wine and liquor store has served as a food truck destination for Galdolfo's, Cane Rossa and other trucks in the past, with Sigel's using the trucks' presence to market targeted tastings for wine and beers the store carries. But this is the first time Russo has collected so many participants at the same time.

You can't swill suds while you're downing your pastrami on rye in the hot Texas heat. But there will be tastings available inside the store. Sam Adam's will serve the same beer you've been bored with since college, but Rahr Brewery has plans to make their presence known, too, representing the local craft-brewery scene.

The event kicks off at 6 p.m. and Sigel's closes at 9, but the party's ending time seems fluid. The trucks will stay till the crowds disappear or the food does, whichever happens first. (Our money's on the food.) So far, Russo says, the following trucks have committed to coming out, forming a list that continues to grow:

Crazysisters
Entice Ice
Gandolfo's
Jack's Chowhound
Nammi
The Bomb Fried Pies
Trailercakes
Ruthie's Rolling Café

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Double Throw Down BBQ
Mr Cool Ice Cream

Sigels is located at 5757 Greenville Avenue.


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Sigel's Fine Wines and Great Spirits

5757 Greenville Ave., Dallas, TX

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eric
eric

Just got back from L.A. and am happy to see Dallas jumped on the Bandwagon! I ate off the Ssahm Bbq truck wednesday night and it was amazing! Chef Andy you rock! The kimchee fries are off the richter scale! If you are anything foodie you need to come check this out. I am skipping breakfast and lunch so I can attempt to try every truck! Nom Nom Nom!

Dughuj
Dughuj

I went to something similar when I lived in Austin. It was called the Gypsy Picnic I believe, & it was ok. A little disorganized & lines were forever long. But I will say that the food we did get to try was good.

BD
BD

Jacks Chowhound and Enticed Shaved Ice (misspelled above) are hands down the best in the Dallas food trucks!

Guest
Guest

Gandolfo's is great!  Best potato salad and awesome deli sandwichs...

Kateri
Kateri

VERY cool! I enjoyed the Food Truck scene when I last visited Austin and have been wondering when Dallas would jump in!

Elaine Poe
Elaine Poe

Please stop teasing me by displaying a photo of the Wafels & Dinges truck on this story. Unless you're telling me that they're coming, as well?

hammertimez
hammertimez

no ssahm bbq?!?!?

Brenda Muller
Brenda Muller

I know! I'm surprised too.  It would be great to have some Ssahm that day.

Betsy
Betsy

Surprised not to see City Street Grille on that list yet, I'm definitely a fan (tenderloin breakfast tacos and terrific grilled cheese), as well as Gandolfo's (breakfast bagels and the Bridge Hampton is the best!), Ssahm BBQ (tacos and kimchee fries, yum), Jack's Chowhound (pulled pork sandwich is crazy good). Can't wait to try the others!

Scott Reitz
Scott Reitz

Just added two more, still no word from City St.

randy from sachse
randy from sachse

I can vouch for Nammi.  Very legit, incredible fresh flavors.  Good people.  Can anyone else comment on any of the others?

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