The Fort Worth Food Truck Park is No Longer BYOB. This is Your Opening, Dallas.

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DFW Food Truck Foodie reported last night that the Fort Worth Food Park is opening its own cantina, which sounds great until you realize the rub: The park is no longer BYOB.

Food truck dining can be a little, well, not cheap. But the BYOB aspect made it completely pleasurable. You could hang out at a picnic table and sip on a few beers under the trees with the scent of bacon wafting through the air. It was nice. I'm sure it'll still be nice, but I'd rather keep it BYOB then have to pay too much at a cantina.

Dallas, take this as an opportunity to open a food truck park and for once one-up the Fort Worth scene by making it BYOB.


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M Coronado-Arnold
M Coronado-Arnold

The COWTOWN CHOW DOWN FOOD PARK located at 1100 North Main Street Fort Worth, 76164 is BYOB. This food park has a parking lot of 50 spaces, a variety of food trucks and weekend live entertainment with open mic Sundays from 4pm-8pm. The Cowtown Chow Down Food Park even has an indoor air conditioning space in case the sun is too much. The stage is set with a canopy & picnic tables are in abundance. www.cowtownfoodpark.com

Boot
Boot

You're lame.

Dahveed
Dahveed

Not cheap is being nice.  Its expensive to eat at these things and a PITA if you have kids and need to go to multiple trucks.  Now tack on a fiver for a beer and another line to stand in and well, the experience isn't all that great.  For the same money you can sit in A/C and pay someone else to run back and forth to the kitchen.  I might be checking out the Cowtown Chow truck park instead - I understand its BYOB (at least for now).

Scruffygeist
Scruffygeist

Sure, good idea. One of the least pedestrian-friendly cities with a BYOB food truck park. The same city that barely grasps the concept of allowing food trucks in the first place. That would go well. 

Will you guys just admit you're alcoholics already? For crap's sake, the drink/food post ratio is borderline ridiculous.

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