You may recall us discussing U.S. Food Trucks, the company who runs commissary for many of the city’s food trucks, and also assist with leases and procuring of the trucks. Today U.S. Food Trucks announces they are opening a new food truck park in Dallas called “Fly-By Food Park” located at 2500 W. Mockingbird Lane Dallas, TX. The “Fly-By Food Park” grand opening event will occur Friday, June 28, 2013 and Saturday, June 29, 2013 from 5 to 9 p.m. Before the grand opening event, U.S. Food Trucks will host preview weekends Friday, June 14 and 21, 2013 and Saturday June 15 and 22, 2013 from 5 to 9 p.m.
Entrance to “Fly-By Food Park” is free for customers. The new food truck park will feature a rotating array of gourmet food trucks and will serve dinner on Fridays and Saturdays from 5 to 9 p.m. Beer and wine will be available for purchase during operating hours.
Food trucks that will regularly be in rotation at the “Fly-By Food Park” include, but are not limited to:
- Eat Jo Dawgs
- Little Greek
- Tutta’s Pizza
- Oink and Moo
- Parrot Icce
- Crazy Pig
- The Butcher’s Son
- The Lab of The Streets
- Entertainment provided by the Durty Laundry Truck
“We’re very excited to open our new food truck park in an up and coming area in Dallas,” said Jamie Lang, Director of U.S. Food Trucks. “The food truck scene is really ramping up here in Dallas, and we will continue to strive and help entrepreneurs get started with their food truck business by providing them with the necessary means to become successful.”
The participating food trucks will serve food with picnic tables in front of a newly renovated building owned by J. Small. Guests will have the option to dine in an air conditioned indoors, on the patio style outdoors, or just fly by for some take out for the family. The “Fly-By Food Park will also feature live entertainment.
3 responses to “U.S. Food Trucks To Open Their Own Food Truck Park In Dallas”
Leslie Brenner predicts the food truck run is finally coming to an end. Finally one thing I agree with her on the same subject.
She is clueless. I am not a huge truck fan, and rarely use them, but they do have their usefulness. They are incredible for certain weddings and catered events, charity functions, and feeding masses where there is not other means to (see Klyde Warren). As the bad trucks are weeded out through attrition we will find the more innovative trucks flourishing.
Have you been to any of the beer festivals? Food trucks are a must at these events.
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