Posts Tagged ‘trailers’


If you haven’t noticed all the food trucks around Austin, Round Rock, and Pflugerville you must be holed up in a bunker.  Late last year, the City of Round Rock approved a pilot plot for food trailers.  Pflugerville and Georgetown are next on the list.  Besides downtown, South and East Austin, you can find trucks up north too!

Stand Alone Trailers

Hey Cupcake! (10931 Research Blvd. Austin, TX 78759) Every month there is a special flavor on the menu, you can also pre-order online.  One cupcake is $3.

Luvcake Hey Cupcake Bakery Austin

Melvin’s Deli Comfort (501 E 53rd St, Austin, Texas 78751)  Weekday (11 – 2pm) lunch truck serving up home cured deli meat sandwiches with homemade chips and pickles.

Biscuits and Groovy (5015 Duval Street Austin, TX 78751) Freshly prepared eggs on biscuits with a choice of two gravies, the Aretha Franklin looks so good!  M-F 9-2pm, Sat-Sun 8:30-2pm

Rock-A-Billy’s Park (5430 U.S. 79 Round Rock, TX 78665)  Snow Cones and Classic Cars.

Food Trailer Parks

NATY (North Austin Trailer Yard) (1012 West Anderson Lane Austin, TX 78757)

More information on the website:  thenaty.com

Snarky’s Sandwiches & Gourmet Doughnuts – M-Sat 11-9, Sun 12-3

The Yogurt Experience – M-Sat 11:30-9

Johnny T’s BBQ – Mon 11:30-3, Tues-Sat 11:30-9

Louisiana Wild – Daily 11-9

Chilly Dogs ATX – 11:30-9, closed Tues & Sun

Good To Go – Daily 11:30 -9

Went for lunch the NATY and tried Good To Go’s Black Bean Burger and the home-made potato and beet chips.   The beets are sweet and crunchy, I was surprised.  I should have put a little mustard and mayo on my burger, other than that it was a satisfying vegan lunch.

Also sampled the Three Meat from Johnny T’s BBQ, where the turkey was very moist and the pork was tender, with a side of beans and potato salad it’s enough to share!

A good feature here is the little play area for the kids (not in the photos, but it’s next to Johnny T’s) and if you’re a member of Planet Fitness you can work out at the location that shares the same parking lot.

Round Rock Food Trailer Park (500 N. Mays Round Rock,TX 78664)

Dog friendly.  Thursday nights is Movie Night!

The FB Page lists all the trucks and operating hours, I’ve included it here for you:

Curly’s Perfect Pig –      Wed-Sun 11:30-7
Meat Up & Veg Out –     Tue-Fri 11:30-2:30, 5:30-8   Sat 11:30-8
New Orleans Po Boy And Gumbo Shop –    Tue-Sun 11-9
Sylvester’s Soft Serve – Closed until late Feb?
Dawn’s Thai Kitchen –    Tue-Sun 11:30-8
Beef Cake Shop –     Tue-Sat 11-8
Carnival Concessions –     Wed-Sat 11-9  Sun 12-6
Hey Cupcake –   Mon-Sun 11-9
Ms Js Soul Food –   Tue-Sun 11-8
Flavalicious – Tue-Sun 11-8
Full House BBQ – Tue-Fri 11-8 Sun 11-3
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Round Rock Food Trailer Park

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Sylvester’s Soft Serve

Pflugerville Pfood Ranch (2205 West Pecan Pflugerville, TX 78660)

New for 2013 and open Saturdays 11 – 5pm.  Watch the FB page as they add more trailers.

Current offerings are:

Hey Cupcake

Hall of Flame BBQ

and various arts and crafts.  Dog friendly.

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Casey’s Food Court in Georgetown (near 903 Church Street Georgetown, TX 78626)

Coming April 1, 2013!  Should be rockin’ in time for the Poppy Festival.



James wrote about Vegetarian Food Trailers for the city guide.

Veronica wrote about East Austin Trailers.

Mike rounded up the Downtown Trailers.

Suzanna covered South Austin Food Trailers.

Check out the other categories in the 2013 Austin City Guide!

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A relatively new addition to downtown Round Rock just a few blocks north of 620 on Mays is a food trailer park.   The food trailer fever blazing in Austin has spread north to my town.  There are a baker’s dozen of trailers including Hey Cupcake!, Curly Pig, and The Beef Cake Shop where I ate lunch.

Fridays and Saturdays the park hosts live music in the evenings and movie night on Thursdays.  Check their Facebook page for details.

This weekend there was an inflated slide for the kids to play on while parents could nosh in peace.  It’s not a regular feature, the trailers pitched in to rent it this Saturday.  And since this is outdoor eating, bring your friendly dogs to hang out with, they might even get a biscuit.

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I ordered a trio of sliders from The Beef Cake Shop.  The Day After Thanksgiving flavor was awesome, ground turkey with cranberries, stuffing and gravy.  The meatloaf was fluffy, actually all the patties were not compacted too tightly, just enough to hold together.  The pepperoni pizza was different, supposedly a kid favorite but not for mine.  There was also an Italian meatball slider that I did not try but the owner Jimmy says it’s a family recipe.  The other family recipe on the menu now is pumpkin pie, this was delicious and cured my craving for pumpkin.

The kids wanted ice cream and they each had a chocolate soft serve cone from Sylvester’s.

I sat with another couple as we watched the kids on the slide and the woman noted there were no coffee trailers, maybe there is an opportunity waiting?

If you’re in the neighborhood stop in and grab some grub!

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