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Time For Some Brand New Austin Trailers News

Before you would know it, the last week of May is almost over. Over at Austin Food Trailers, it’s another very busy week as several Austin trailers offer updates and news morsels to tide us over until the next big Austin food trailers-related event. We want to bring the disparate updates to you in one clean package here; so let’s get started.

The Vegan Yacht, finally, has a new location that the healthy food trailer is thriving at. After a few years of instability in terms of geography, the Yacht is finding some permanence and loving it. The Austin Chronicle writer Melanie Haupt has the review and report:

“It’s been hard for the trailer to find a stable location, especially over the past year. In its four years of operation, the Vegan Yacht has spread the gospel of the vegan Freeto Burrito from two different locations on East Sixth, a bucolic lot on East 12th, and a stint at hip Eastside bar the Grackle. That relationship was short-lived, ending abruptly after this year’s South by Southwest festival. A few weeks later, the Vegan Yacht found an unlikely new harbor in the garden of Spider House, the longstanding North University coffee shop.

‘I don’t think we’re ever gonna leave here,’ gushes Mike Wood, who is running the Yacht singlehandedly while Danielle cares for their son Otis and prepares to deliver their second child later this year. ‘This is the evolution we’ve been looking for.’

The Vegan Yacht joins a handful of other trailers that have operated on the grounds of the protean renovated house frequented by generations of college students in its 20 years of operation. “No one worries about stepping on anyone’s toes,” says Wood. Despite the fact that Spider House is ostensibly a coffee shop, patrons walk past Beware Coffee as they enter through the parking lot, where they can also grab a brownie or $4 toast from adjacent pastry trailer Fresh Baked. While the Vegan Yacht occupies a cozy corner on the west side of the outsider-art-themed garden space, another nook reveals the Love Balls takoyaki trailer, while the Greek Original Gyros trailer stands sentry outside the Spider House Ballroom.”

In news that focuses on one of our beloved Austin trailers making menu recommendations, The Celia Jacobs Cheesecake Experience had this tip on May 29:

“We are open and ready to rock your socks with some cheesecake bites! We suggest pairing up a LaLa’s Lemonade with our NY Style cheesecake for an out of this world tastebud experience!
We’re here till 8pm or sold out..see you soon!”

And then there was Goldis Sausage Company (3116 S. Congress Avenue), which updated (temporarily) their menu in response to strong customer demand:

“The people have spoken! We shall smoke a limited number of The Blue Sausage (pork, blueberry, maple, mint, mustard seed, balsamic, etc.) every Wednesday night forth whence!

Tonight and tomorrow our special sausage is still The Pink Lady (pork, Himalayan salt, habanero chunks, pink peppercorn, Thai Basil, green onion).

We have also added a couple of new menu items, one for vegetarian appeasement, and another carnivorous side. I’m not gonna tell y’all what they are though yet.”

Get the Blue Sausage while supplies last…

Finally, Korean Komfort Food Trailer is making a big move. Time to update your map:

“We would like to announce that Korean Komfort will be moving to east Austin to the GoodLife Food Park at 900 E. Cesar Chavez St. this Sunday June 1st.

We deeply appreciate all of the support that we have received here at the Rancho Rio Eatery since we opened our doors this past March. It has been a pleasure serving the west UT campus area. Our last day at the Rancho Rio Eatery will be this Saturday May 31st so please come visit us if you are in the area!

On Sunday June 1st, we will make the 3 mile move to the GoodLife Food Park at I-35 & E. Cesar Chavez which is just a 10 minute drive from our current location. We should be set up and ready to serve on Sunday but please stay tuned to our FaceBook and Twitter for any updates.

Please help us get the word out by telling your friends. Thank you!”

So there’s the deluge of Austin trailers news for this particular mid-week period. In another 48 hours, though, Austin Food Trailers will be drenched again with updates and news bits. Stick around to stay on top of this stuff!

http://austinfoodtrailerstexas.com/austin-trailers-movin-shakin/
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Time For Some Brand New Austin Trailers News

Before you would know it, the last week of May is almost over. Over at Austin Food Trailers, it’s another very busy week as several Austin trailers offer updates and news morsels to tide us over until the next big Austin food trailers-related event. We want to bring the disparate updates to you in one clean package here; so let’s get started.

The Vegan Yacht, finally, has a new location that the healthy food trailer is thriving at. After a few years of instability in terms of geography, the Yacht is finding some permanence and loving it. The Austin Chronicle writer Melanie Haupt has the review and report:

“It’s been hard for the trailer to find a stable location, especially over the past year. In its four years of operation, the Vegan Yacht has spread the gospel of the vegan Freeto Burrito from two different locations on East Sixth, a bucolic lot on East 12th, and a stint at hip Eastside bar the Grackle. That relationship was short-lived, ending abruptly after this year’s South by Southwest festival. A few weeks later, the Vegan Yacht found an unlikely new harbor in the garden of Spider House, the longstanding North University coffee shop.

‘I don’t think we’re ever gonna leave here,’ gushes Mike Wood, who is running the Yacht singlehandedly while Danielle cares for their son Otis and prepares to deliver their second child later this year. ‘This is the evolution we’ve been looking for.’

The Vegan Yacht joins a handful of other trailers that have operated on the grounds of the protean renovated house frequented by generations of college students in its 20 years of operation. “No one worries about stepping on anyone’s toes,” says Wood. Despite the fact that Spider House is ostensibly a coffee shop, patrons walk past Beware Coffee as they enter through the parking lot, where they can also grab a brownie or $4 toast from adjacent pastry trailer Fresh Baked. While the Vegan Yacht occupies a cozy corner on the west side of the outsider-art-themed garden space, another nook reveals the Love Balls takoyaki trailer, while the Greek Original Gyros trailer stands sentry outside the Spider House Ballroom.”

In news that focuses on one of our beloved Austin trailers making menu recommendations, The Celia Jacobs Cheesecake Experience had this tip on May 29:

“We are open and ready to rock your socks with some cheesecake bites! We suggest pairing up a LaLa’s Lemonade with our NY Style cheesecake for an out of this world tastebud experience!
We’re here till 8pm or sold out..see you soon!”

And then there was Goldis Sausage Company (3116 S. Congress Avenue), which updated (temporarily) their menu in response to strong customer demand:

“The people have spoken! We shall smoke a limited number of The Blue Sausage (pork, blueberry, maple, mint, mustard seed, balsamic, etc.) every Wednesday night forth whence!

Tonight and tomorrow our special sausage is still The Pink Lady (pork, Himalayan salt, habanero chunks, pink peppercorn, Thai Basil, green onion).

We have also added a couple of new menu items, one for vegetarian appeasement, and another carnivorous side. I’m not gonna tell y’all what they are though yet.”

Get the Blue Sausage while supplies last…

Finally, Korean Komfort Food Trailer is making a big move. Time to update your map:

“We would like to announce that Korean Komfort will be moving to east Austin to the GoodLife Food Park at 900 E. Cesar Chavez St. this Sunday June 1st.

We deeply appreciate all of the support that we have received here at the Rancho Rio Eatery since we opened our doors this past March. It has been a pleasure serving the west UT campus area. Our last day at the Rancho Rio Eatery will be this Saturday May 31st so please come visit us if you are in the area!

On Sunday June 1st, we will make the 3 mile move to the GoodLife Food Park at I-35 & E. Cesar Chavez which is just a 10 minute drive from our current location. We should be set up and ready to serve on Sunday but please stay tuned to our FaceBook and Twitter for any updates.

Please help us get the word out by telling your friends. Thank you!”

So there’s the deluge of Austin trailers news for this particular mid-week period. In another 48 hours, though, Austin Food Trailers will be drenched again with updates and news bits. Stick around to stay on top of this stuff!

http://austinfoodtrailerstexas.com/austin-trailers-movin-shakin/
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Time For Some Brand New Austin Trailers News

Before you would know it, the last week of May is almost over. Over at Austin Food Trailers, it’s another very busy week as several Austin trailers offer updates and news morsels to tide us over until the next big Austin food trailers-related event. We want to bring the disparate updates to you in one clean package here; so let’s get started.

The Vegan Yacht, finally, has a new location that the healthy food trailer is thriving at. After a few years of instability in terms of geography, the Yacht is finding some permanence and loving it. The Austin Chronicle writer Melanie Haupt has the review and report:

“It’s been hard for the trailer to find a stable location, especially over the past year. In its four years of operation, the Vegan Yacht has spread the gospel of the vegan Freeto Burrito from two different locations on East Sixth, a bucolic lot on East 12th, and a stint at hip Eastside bar the Grackle. That relationship was short-lived, ending abruptly after this year’s South by Southwest festival. A few weeks later, the Vegan Yacht found an unlikely new harbor in the garden of Spider House, the longstanding North University coffee shop.

‘I don’t think we’re ever gonna leave here,’ gushes Mike Wood, who is running the Yacht singlehandedly while Danielle cares for their son Otis and prepares to deliver their second child later this year. ‘This is the evolution we’ve been looking for.’

The Vegan Yacht joins a handful of other trailers that have operated on the grounds of the protean renovated house frequented by generations of college students in its 20 years of operation. “No one worries about stepping on anyone’s toes,” says Wood. Despite the fact that Spider House is ostensibly a coffee shop, patrons walk past Beware Coffee as they enter through the parking lot, where they can also grab a brownie or $4 toast from adjacent pastry trailer Fresh Baked. While the Vegan Yacht occupies a cozy corner on the west side of the outsider-art-themed garden space, another nook reveals the Love Balls takoyaki trailer, while the Greek Original Gyros trailer stands sentry outside the Spider House Ballroom.”

In news that focuses on one of our beloved Austin trailers making menu recommendations, The Celia Jacobs Cheesecake Experience had this tip on May 29:

“We are open and ready to rock your socks with some cheesecake bites! We suggest pairing up a LaLa’s Lemonade with our NY Style cheesecake for an out of this world tastebud experience!
We’re here till 8pm or sold out..see you soon!”

And then there was Goldis Sausage Company (3116 S. Congress Avenue), which updated (temporarily) their menu in response to strong customer demand:

“The people have spoken! We shall smoke a limited number of The Blue Sausage (pork, blueberry, maple, mint, mustard seed, balsamic, etc.) every Wednesday night forth whence!

Tonight and tomorrow our special sausage is still The Pink Lady (pork, Himalayan salt, habanero chunks, pink peppercorn, Thai Basil, green onion).

We have also added a couple of new menu items, one for vegetarian appeasement, and another carnivorous side. I’m not gonna tell y’all what they are though yet.”

Get the Blue Sausage while supplies last…

Finally, Korean Komfort Food Trailer is making a big move. Time to update your map:

“We would like to announce that Korean Komfort will be moving to east Austin to the GoodLife Food Park at 900 E. Cesar Chavez St. this Sunday June 1st.

We deeply appreciate all of the support that we have received here at the Rancho Rio Eatery since we opened our doors this past March. It has been a pleasure serving the west UT campus area. Our last day at the Rancho Rio Eatery will be this Saturday May 31st so please come visit us if you are in the area!

On Sunday June 1st, we will make the 3 mile move to the GoodLife Food Park at I-35 & E. Cesar Chavez which is just a 10 minute drive from our current location. We should be set up and ready to serve on Sunday but please stay tuned to our FaceBook and Twitter for any updates.

Please help us get the word out by telling your friends. Thank you!”

So there’s the deluge of Austin trailers news for this particular mid-week period. In another 48 hours, though, Austin Food Trailers will be drenched again with updates and news bits. Stick around to stay on top of this stuff!

http://austinfoodtrailerstexas.com/austin-trailers-movin-shakin/

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This thing is really neat! 

Would you want one in your trailer?

How did everyone survive last night's rain?

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Shared from +The Austinot's Facebook. Never forget. Remember what it's all really about. 

Memorial Day Weekend. 

Thank you to our Veterans who gave the ultimate sacrifice. To their families, our hearts are with you. 

Memorial Day Weekend is not about swimming holes, BBQ, boating, camping and fun. While it is ok to do all of the above and enjoy the weekend, let's just remember WHY we are able to do these things, WHO sacrificed all for our freedoms, and the families that still grieve.

No matter where you stand on the issue of the US Armed Forces and the history of our involvement as a Nation in combat and wars around the world, it doesn't diminish the ultimate sacrifice that brave men and women have made.

This weekend is not a time for divisiveness, but for respect.
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The May 2014 Trailer Food Tuesdays Is A Go!

Well, it wouldn’t be long before #AustinFoodTrailers‘ gaze turned to another exciting #TrailerFoodTuesdays event. The May 2014 edition takes place on May 27th at, as always, the Long Center. While the structure of the Austin trailer food happening is pretty entrenched at this point, the individual trailers are always a toss-up. As is any live music, and of course the crowd of people will always be shifting and changing in a great, diverse city like Austin, Texas.

Trailer Food Tuesdays’ actual words are probably the best source for all information on the events occurring on the 27th.

“Join us at the Long Center May 27th for the next Trailer Food Tuesdays presented by Real Ale Brewing Company!

Live music by Doug Strahan & The Good Neighbors from 6p-9p! Our friends at Camp Gladiator will return with a free workout at 6:30p, just bring a mat & water.

Trucks & Trailers: The Peached Tortilla, Whole Foods Market, GoodPop, Cow Tipping Creamery, SLAB BBQ, OMG Cheesecakery, Rosarito Foodtruck, mmmpanadas, Lambert’s Foodapalooza, Regal Ravioli, Stony’s pizza, Tiger Lily

An assortment of refreshing brews from Real Ale will be highlighted in beer pairings with special menu items from Whole Foods Market Truck, SLAB BBQ, and The Peached Tortilla. Stay tuned to www.trailerfoodtuesdays.com or @TrailerFoodTues on Twitter for event updates.

All you need is your family and friends, a blanket, plus an appetite!” – Trailer Food Tuesday Website

Tiffany Harelik is one of the most ambitious and important figures in the Austin food truck community. Clearly, TFT is one of the most effective public showcases for many of these trucks (and other assorted Austin businesses). It’s frankly hard to imagine the spring and summer seasons without the event at this point.

Some of these trailers are less well-known to the readers of Austin Food Trailers. Rosarito Foodtruck, for instance, is a new truck name in the community. Lambert’s Foodapalooza is also worth a look. How do they describe themselves?

“Lambert’s Foodapalooza is pleased to announce the Foodapalooza Mega Bus serving gourmet truck/bus food. Now serving Austin!
Lambert’s FoodaPalooza Mega Bus is a multi-concept Gourmet Food Truck that serves the Austin area for corporate lunches, lunch deliveries, private caterings, events & festivals. Our FoodaPalooza Mega Bus has the capability to execute six different Food trailer concepts, all which will be their own trailer at our Foodapalooza Park in 2015!

We are happy to offer customized breakfast and lunch options. From serving straight from our Foodapalooza Mega Bus to white linen table-scaped buffet, hors d’oeuvres after five o’clock, dinner and late night caterings, we can custom tailor a catering solution to fit your needs. Our team has over eighty years of food and beverage / catering experience and can deliver on our promises to make your event special.”

Tiger Lily is a new name from some old friends. A Southeast Asian food truck operating at 1905 South Capital of Texas Highway (The Midway Food Park), Tiger Lily was established by the folks behind perennial Austin food truck favorite Tapas Bravas. Here’s Austin360 with the scoop:

“The owners of Spanish food truck Tapas Bravas open Tiger Lily today at the Midway Food Park (1905 Loop 360). The truck serves Southeast Asian street food inspired by the owners’ travels. The menu includes sweet and spicy pickled cucumber ($4), Vietnamese chicken wings ($9), Asian street corn ($6) and an assortment of bubble teas. The trailer is open daily from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.”

What are you looking forward to most at next week’s Trailer Food Tuesdays? Austin Food Trailers can hardly wait for the smorgasbord of great Austin trailer food.

http://austinfoodtrailerstexas.com/trailer-food-tuesdays-curates-austin-trailer-food-excitement-may-2014/
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The May 2014 Trailer Food Tuesdays Is A Go!

Well, it wouldn’t be long before #AustinFoodTrailers‘ gaze turned to another exciting #TrailerFoodTuesdays event. The May 2014 edition takes place on May 27th at, as always, the Long Center. While the structure of the Austin trailer food happening is pretty entrenched at this point, the individual trailers are always a toss-up. As is any live music, and of course the crowd of people will always be shifting and changing in a great, diverse city like Austin, Texas.

Trailer Food Tuesdays’ actual words are probably the best source for all information on the events occurring on the 27th.

“Join us at the Long Center May 27th for the next Trailer Food Tuesdays presented by Real Ale Brewing Company!

Live music by Doug Strahan & The Good Neighbors from 6p-9p! Our friends at Camp Gladiator will return with a free workout at 6:30p, just bring a mat & water.

Trucks & Trailers: #ThePeachedTortilla, #WholeFoodsMarket, #GoodPop, #CowTippingCreamery, #SLABBBQ, #OMGCheesecakery, #RosaritoFoodtruck, #mmmpanadas, #LambertsFoodapalooza#RegalRavioli, #Stonyspizza, #TigerLily

An assortment of refreshing brews from Real Ale will be highlighted in beer pairings with special menu items from Whole Foods Market Truck, SLAB BBQ, and The Peached Tortilla. Stay tuned to www.trailerfoodtuesdays.com or @TrailerFoodTues on Twitter for event updates.

All you need is your family and friends, a blanket, plus an appetite!” – Trailer Food Tuesday Website

Tiffany Harelik is one of the most ambitious and important figures in the Austin food truck community. Clearly, TFT is one of the most effective public showcases for many of these trucks (and other assorted Austin businesses). It’s frankly hard to imagine the spring and summer seasons without the event at this point.

Some of these trailers are less well-known to the readers of Austin Food Trailers. Rosarito Foodtruck, for instance, is a new truck name in the community. Lambert’s Foodapalooza is also worth a look. How do they describe themselves?

“Lambert’s Foodapalooza is pleased to announce the Foodapalooza Mega Bus serving gourmet truck/bus food. Now serving Austin!
Lambert’s FoodaPalooza Mega Bus is a multi-concept Gourmet Food Truck that serves the Austin area for corporate lunches, lunch deliveries, private caterings, events & festivals. Our FoodaPalooza Mega Bus has the capability to execute six different Food trailer concepts, all which will be their own trailer at our Foodapalooza Park in 2015!

We are happy to offer customized breakfast and lunch options. From serving straight from our Foodapalooza Mega Bus to white linen table-scaped buffet, hors d’oeuvres after five o’clock, dinner and late night caterings, we can custom tailor a catering solution to fit your needs. Our team has over eighty years of food and beverage / catering experience and can deliver on our promises to make your event special.”

Tiger Lily is a new name from some old friends. A Southeast Asian food truck operating at 1905 South Capital of Texas Highway (The Midway Food Park), Tiger Lily was established by the folks behind perennial Austin food truck favorite Tapas Bravas. Here’s Austin360 with the scoop:

“The owners of Spanish food truck Tapas Bravas open Tiger Lily today at the Midway Food Park (1905 Loop 360). The truck serves Southeast Asian street food inspired by the owners’ travels. The menu includes sweet and spicy pickled cucumber ($4), Vietnamese chicken wings ($9), Asian street corn ($6) and an assortment of bubble teas. The trailer is open daily from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.”

What are you looking forward to most at next week’s Trailer Food Tuesdays? Austin Food Trailers can hardly wait for the smorgasbord of great Austin trailer food.

http://austinfoodtrailerstexas.com/trailer-food-tuesdays-curates-austin-trailer-food-excitement-may-2014/
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The May 2014 Trailer Food Tuesdays Is A Go!

Well, it wouldn’t be long before #AustinFoodTrailers‘ gaze turned to another exciting #TrailerFoodTuesdays event. The May 2014 edition takes place on May 27th at, as always, the Long Center. While the structure of the Austin trailer food happening is pretty entrenched at this point, the individual trailers are always a toss-up. As is any live music, and of course the crowd of people will always be shifting and changing in a great, diverse city like Austin, Texas.

Trailer Food Tuesdays’ actual words are probably the best source for all information on the events occurring on the 27th.

“Join us at the Long Center May 27th for the next Trailer Food Tuesdays presented by Real Ale Brewing Company!

Live music by Doug Strahan & The Good Neighbors from 6p-9p! Our friends at Camp Gladiator will return with a free workout at 6:30p, just bring a mat & water.

Trucks & Trailers: The Peached Tortilla, Whole Foods Market, GoodPop, Cow Tipping Creamery, SLAB BBQ, OMG Cheesecakery, Rosarito Foodtruck, mmmpanadas, Lambert’s Foodapalooza, Regal Ravioli, Stony’s pizza, Tiger Lily

An assortment of refreshing brews from Real Ale will be highlighted in beer pairings with special menu items from Whole Foods Market Truck, SLAB BBQ, and The Peached Tortilla. Stay tuned to www.trailerfoodtuesdays.com or @TrailerFoodTues on Twitter for event updates.

All you need is your family and friends, a blanket, plus an appetite!” – Trailer Food Tuesday Website

Tiffany Harelik is one of the most ambitious and important figures in the Austin food truck community. Clearly, TFT is one of the most effective public showcases for many of these trucks (and other assorted Austin businesses). It’s frankly hard to imagine the spring and summer seasons without the event at this point.

Some of these trailers are less well-known to the readers of Austin Food Trailers. Rosarito Foodtruck, for instance, is a new truck name in the community. Lambert’s Foodapalooza is also worth a look. How do they describe themselves?

“Lambert’s Foodapalooza is pleased to announce the Foodapalooza Mega Bus serving gourmet truck/bus food. Now serving Austin!
Lambert’s FoodaPalooza Mega Bus is a multi-concept Gourmet Food Truck that serves the Austin area for corporate lunches, lunch deliveries, private caterings, events & festivals. Our FoodaPalooza Mega Bus has the capability to execute six different Food trailer concepts, all which will be their own trailer at our Foodapalooza Park in 2015!

We are happy to offer customized breakfast and lunch options. From serving straight from our Foodapalooza Mega Bus to white linen table-scaped buffet, hors d’oeuvres after five o’clock, dinner and late night caterings, we can custom tailor a catering solution to fit your needs. Our team has over eighty years of food and beverage / catering experience and can deliver on our promises to make your event special.”

Tiger Lily is a new name from some old friends. A Southeast Asian food truck operating at 1905 South Capital of Texas Highway (The Midway Food Park), Tiger Lily was established by the folks behind perennial Austin food truck favorite Tapas Bravas. Here’s Austin360 with the scoop:

“The owners of Spanish food truck Tapas Bravas open Tiger Lily today at the Midway Food Park (1905 Loop 360). The truck serves Southeast Asian street food inspired by the owners’ travels. The menu includes sweet and spicy pickled cucumber ($4), Vietnamese chicken wings ($9), Asian street corn ($6) and an assortment of bubble teas. The trailer is open daily from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.”

What are you looking forward to most at next week’s Trailer Food Tuesdays? Austin Food Trailers can hardly wait for the smorgasbord of great Austin trailer food.

http://austinfoodtrailerstexas.com/trailer-food-tuesdays-curates-austin-trailer-food-excitement-may-2014/
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