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Dallas’s Most Talked-About Food Trucks

Food trucks are the heart and soul of Beantown’s emerging street food scene. Below we’ve listed some of Dallas’s most hotly sought after street food.

1. Nammi Truck

Big thanks to the super compassionate Liza Parsons

Phone: (972) 252-2052
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Putting a twist to traditional Vietnamese cuisine, they fuse flavors and tastes from different cultures using Vietnamese as the foundation to build upon. Their menu consists of banh mi – which is a typical Vietnamese street sandwich, Asian style tacos, noodle bowls and rice bowls.

2. Gandolfo’s

Address: 2012 Woodall Rodgers Fwy, Dallas, TX 75201
Phone: (512) 466-1749
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  • Solid sandwiches and chips

3. Cajun Tailgaters

Address: 920 S. Harwood, Suite 136, Dallas, TX 75201
Phone: (469) 304-0313
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The owners are two LSU grads that met in college and moved to Dallas after graduation. They missed the food from Louisiana and started cooking Cajun food at home and started watching the Great Food Truck Race on TV and mentioned that Dallas really needed a Cajun Food Truck. After that moment, they had their truck rolling the streets within 4 months.  They named the company CajunTailgators for our love of LSU tailgates!

4. Tutta’s Pizza

Cheers to the stunning Celina Moya

Address: 1701 N Market St, Ste 110, Dallas, TX 75202
Phone: (214) 997-4909
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Tutta’s [pronounced too-tahs] was started out of the idea that two extraordinary people could toss aside all normal conventions and create something bold and wonderful to share with the world. That idea was to combine gourmet pizzas, great live music, and a vibrant fun scene for all to enjoy. They specialize in gourmet pizzas that are made fresh to order, using only the finest ingredients and making everything from scratch — even their dough! That’s right, the dough is made fresh daily, it is NEVER frozen!

5. Truck Yard

Cheers to Pablo Vega

Address: 5624 Sears St, Dallas, TX 75206
Phone: (469) 500-0139
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  • Great spot to eat and hang out in Lower Greenvile
  • They have multiple trucks, outdoor seating, music, beer and more

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