Targeted in two recent robberies, food trucks in the Dallas area say they’re taking precautions.
Hungry? There’ s new dining option in Fort Worth. Cowtown Chow Down, the city’s newest food truck park, opened today.
Fort Worth’s food trucks now have a permanent place to park. The new food park is on Weisenberger Street in Fort Worth, north of the new West 7th development and right behind the Target store in Montgomery Plaza.
Randy Wolken, owner of Gandolfo’s in Dallas-Fort Worth, was once a white-collar worker. After 20 years he left his job in the financial sector to follow his dream: food.
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