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DFW, TX – Two Trucks, LLC, owned by food truck entrepreneurs Dain Pool and Jonathan Wagner, consists of Dallas/Fort Worth food truck brands The Butcher’s Son, Gandolfo’s New York Deli and What’s Da Scoop? old-fashioned, hand scooped, ice cream truck.

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The company’s fleet of food trucks will honor the sacrifice and dedication of US service men and women by announcing a Patriot Day promotion on September 11th 2013.

WHO: The Butcher’s Son, What’s Da Scoop and Gandolfo’s New York Deli 

WHAT: Patriot Day on 911 – All service men and women eat free

  • The Butcher’s Son offer:  Free sandwich or 3-way sliders
  • What’s Da Scoop offer:  Free sundae or 2-scoop cone
  • Gandolfo’s New York Deli offer:  Free sandwich (half or whole)

DETAILS: One fee giveaway per customer, does not include sides or drinks, customer must be in uniform or show proper ID at time of transaction. 

WHERE:  Locations TBA – find each truck on Twitter or Facebook for location details and times

The Butcher’s Son:

Twitter: www.twitter.com/TheButchersSon

Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheButchersSon

What’s Da Scoop?  

Twitter:  www.twitter.com/whatsdascooptx

Facebook:  www.facebook.com/whatsdascoop 

Gandolfo’s New York Deli:

Twitter:  www.twitter.com/Gandolfosdallas

Facebook: www.facebook.com/Gandolfosdallas 

WHEN:   Wednesday, September 11th 2013 – all day


what da scoopDallas/Fort Worth, TX – Launching in Dallas/Fort Worth in May 2013 and delivering hand-scooped, premium old-fashioned ice creams fresh from Wisconsin to DFW-area ice cream enthusiasts, What’s Da Scoop? is anything but your ordinary neighborhood ice cream truck.  With the ever-growing popularity of food trucks in the DFW Metroplex and consumers’ expanding palette, What’s Da Scoop?  takes the concept of an ice cream truck to new heights and territory with flavors, cones, toppings and combinations thereof, well beyond traditional basics.

Signature ice cream flavors, to just name a few, include: “Fat Elvis” (consisting of 100% organic banana puree, chocolate chips and peanut butter chunks), “Blue Moon” (a blue ice cream that awakens your inner-kid with its Fruit Loops appeal) and “Espresso Almond Fudge” (a chocolate/espresso bean delight) making this newest addition to the DFW food truck scene a creative, custom flavored, frozen culinary experience.   In addition to its unique ice cream flavors, What’s Da Scoop? offers delectable cones, unique toppings, and creatively crafted floats and sundaes that will satisfy the kids, adults with a sweet tooth and even the gourmet foodie.  Signature sundaes, cones and floats include:  “Blue Suede Shoes” Sundae (candied bacon, Fat Elvis ice cream, chocolate-peanut butter sauce & whipped cream), “Black Magic” Cone (Nutella lined waffle cone, Zanzibar ice cream, Dulce De Leche, sea salt & whipped cream) and customized floats made with Dr. Brown’s Root Beer, Dr. Brown’s Cream Soda, Dr. Brown’s Black Cherry, Coca Cola or Dr. Pepper. 

What’s Da Scoop? is the brain child of Two Trucks, LLC business partners Dain Pool and Jonathan Wagner, who are also the proprietors of Dallas/Fort Worth area’s  The Butcher’s Son and Gandolfo’s New York Deli food trucks.  “I attended school in Madison, Wisconsin,” states Two Trucks, LLC Co-Owner Jonathan Wagner, “and when I moved to the Dallas/Fort Worth area, I really missed that rich, creamy, Wisconsin-style of ice cream, so it’s always been our goal to add an ice cream truck of this unique style and quality to our already successful brands of food trucks.  The weather in Texas makes this a year-round opportunity and what better time to launch than now, as summer is just around the corner?”  In the short period of time What’s Da Scoop? has been in operation it is fast becoming a destination as it serves area universities, businesses, food truck parks, festivals, special events as well as private parties and weddings. For more information log onto, follow or like at:  www.whatsdascoop.com, Twitter:  www.twitter.com/whatsdascooptx or Facebook:  www.facebook.com/whatsdascooptx

You may have missed it, but the mobile food industry is growing faster than anyone would have guessed two years ago. It can be difficult to keep up with the new trucks and carts as they pop up throughout the country. Because of this, Mobile Cuisine assists our readers weekly by posting the names and information about these trucks, so if they happen to be in your area, you can begin to follow them, or at least keep any eye out for them on the roads and cart pods.

Southern Gourmasian
The Southern Gourmasian can be found on the streets of Little Rock, AR

Columbus, OH


Twitter: @rueben_esque

The little food trailer that COULD!!!

Dallas/Fort Worth, TX

Lucky Ducky Dogs

Twitter: @LuckyDuckyDogs

Lucky Ducky Dogs Food Truck – Fun With Meat! Fresh artisan bread (not hot dog buns) provide the pillow for our gourmet sausages and delicious toppings.



Twitter: @PompeiiDFW

Serving classically modern Italian cuisine all over the DFW Metroplex.


Hamilton, Ontario

The Meatball Shoppe

Twitter: @meatballshoppe

Canada’s First Gourmet Meatball Truck Hitting the Streets in Summer 2012


Little Rock, AR


Twitter: @phillystogo

Serving authentic Philly style cheesesteaks all around Arkansas. Follow me to see where I will be next!

Southern Gourmasian

Twitter: @SGourmasian

Little Rock Food Truck. The Southern Gourmasian.


Los Angeles, CA

Good Greek Grub

Twitter: @GoodGreekGrub

Bringing Greek street food to the streets of L.A.


Nashville, TN


Twitter: @thetrailerperk

We are a full service coffee, tea & espresso specialty shop on 2 wheels. We serve gourmet lattes, mochas, Signature drinks, ice blended & much more. Go Titans!


Orlando, FL


Twitter: @Wako_taco

Food truck offering modern Mexican food!


‘Wiches & Brew

Twitter: @Wiches_Brew

Mobile food truck featuring handcrafted gourmet sandwiches and sodas.

Philadelphia, PA

Farm Truck

Twitter: @Farm_Truck

Enjoy the seasonal eats and local produce of Farm Truck, a mobile farmers market and restaurant. Soon to be up and running! Founders Eliot Coven & Kris Pepper

Portland, OR

Fiji Indian Curry

Twitter: @fijiindiancurry

Indian Food. Gluten Free,and dairy free curry. Meat and Vegan food. Food Cart Pod on NE Alberta & 23rd.


Reno, NV

Battle Born Truck

Twitter: @BattleBornTruck


Washington DC

Capital Chicken Waffle

Twitter: @CapitalCW

The DC area’s first & only chicken & waffles food truck! Stay tuned for updates, coupons, grand opening details and much, much more! *coming soon*

If you are aware of any new rolling bistros, please let us know so that we can add them to our weekly listing of new food trucks as they hit the streets near you. Email us at MFV@mobile-cuisine.com


The Nammi formula that began serving the major DFW metroplex area in 2011 was based on a simple equation:

(2 starving architects with passions for good food x empty wallets) + 1 beat down truck = great idea! Their Mission, to make banh mi for everyone to enjoy!


The Nammi Truck is a Vietnamese Fusion Truck serving up banh mi, Vietnamese tacos and much more to the DFW metroplex.  They are not trying to re-invent banh mi or Vietnamese Cuisine but want to share their take on this Vietnamese classic.

Teena Nguyen recalled the story of how the truck started where her brother, who runs a construction catering company, had an extra truck – but it was old, nearly rusted through, and needed a huge amount of work. “I told him I was thinking of a little side project I wanted to do with it,” she said. “But you can’t do something like this just as a side project.”

It would seem it wasn’t really something that could be run on the side. Nguyen and Nammi Food Truck co-owner Gary Torres have spent four months on their now-renovated food truck, routinely logging 18-hour days in the 100-degree heat while traveling through the city serving up their hot, fresh and filling sandwich – the Banh Mi (Bánh Mì).

The banh mi, whose history Ngyuen and Torres have summarized on the side of their truck is a sandwich whose heritage could accurately be described as half Vietnamese and half French. The sandwich fits a culture accustomed to hot weather, be it Vietnam or Dallas. There are plenty of different kinds of banh mi, and even more opinions on how they should taste. What’s important to Nammi, though, is that they make them all taste good.

“Really, it’s supposed to taste different to everyone. A lot of people focus on the bread, so their first reaction is ‘how’s the bread?’ They could care less about what’s inside. Then some other people are like ‘No, it’s all about the meat, and the bread is just what holds it,’” says Nguyen. “It tastes different to everyone, and that’s what I love about banh mi – that it’s so different, unique and versatile.”

Nguyen and Torres got the right idea by rolling with an easy menu of Vietnamese classics. You are able to choose from bánh mì, rice bowls or tacos. Torres, who has been making sandwiches since he was little, said the truck will customize every order to a customer’s liking.

To do this they offer customized sandwiches with grilled pork, barbecue pork, lemongrass beef, lemongrass chicken or tofu. Once your protein is selected they also offer fresh toppings, like cilantro, sweet pickled carrots, daikon radish, crunchy cucumbers and jalapeños.

Regardless of your choice, portions are quite substantial. And finally, don’t forget to wash everything down with their cool mint lemonade.

The Nammi team ran into a few potholes when they first began, “When we first came out, there would be days where it seemed like no one would come, and we’d just be wondering ‘are we doing the right thing?’ We’d pull up to a location, and it would just be crickets,” says Nguyen. “But it gets better and better every week. The word of mouth has really, more than anything else, been the biggest thing for us. It’s really been amazing.”

The Nammi food truck can be found in Dallas/Fort Worth and their surrounding neighborhoods throughout the week.

Updates are posted on http://nammitruck.com/Twitter, and Facebook. The food truck is also available for private events, weddings and delivery lunch orders, which means one way or another; you’ll get your Nammi.

Our recommendation:

The bánh mì is the best Nammi has to offer. It’s a little pricier than other bánh mì you may have seen at restaurants, but if you want the good stuff, you have to shell out some cash.

What their fans have said:

One delightful treat is their basil mint lemonade. SO refreshing! Don’t let the ingredients scare you… especially in the heat of summer, it is great to have one of these while you’re waiting for them to make your sandwich. It is worth a couple extra bucks and goes really well with the banh mi. Krystle S. – Dallas, TX

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You may have missed it, but the mobile food industry is growing faster than anyone would have guessed two years ago. It can be difficult to keep up with the new trucks and carts as they pop up throughout the country. Because of this, Mobile Cuisine Magazine assists our readers weekly by posting the names and information about these trucks, so if they happen to be in your area, you can begin to follow them, or at least keep any eye out for them on the roads and cart pods.

This week’s new entries are:

Cincinnati, OH


Twitter: @Turophilia1

We specialize in selling eclectic quesadillas served out of a vintage airstream trailer. Come to 8th and Vine St. in downtown Cincy. Hours are from 11-3pm.


Dallas/Fort Worth, TX

The Lab Of The Streets

Twitter: @thelabofstreets

The Lab Food truck is a combo of Catifsh Connection & Lil Cajun’s Grill & Sports. We are ready to hit the streets of Dallas and spread some cajun love!!!

Taste of Home

Twitter: @tasteofhome7

We are a specialized gourmet food truck bringing the authentic tastes from Chicago to the DFW area

Nashville, TN

Bean And Tater

Twitter: @BeanAndTater

Nashville Food Truck serving up the best meat ‘n three style southern cooking you’ll find this side of the Mississippi. Come take your taste buds for a ride!


New York City, NY

Bongo Brothers

Twitter: @bongobros

Cuban Food Truck serving delicious Cuban Food in NYC!!!


San Diego, CA

Not So Fast

Twitter: @Notsofastfood

Not So Fast! is the first Paleo/Primal friendly fast food truck in San Diego, Ca offering local & pastured meats/eggs, seafood, vegetables & fruit.


SF Bay Area, CA

My Shrimp Shack

Twitter: @MyShrimpShack

The Voodoo Van

Twitter: @VoodooVan


San Jose, CA

Waffle Amore

Twitter: @WaffleAmore

Waffle Amore is a gourmet food truck in Silicon Valley! We bring the taste of authentic Liege and Brussels waffles to you!


Seattle, WA

Caravan Crêpes

Twitter: @caravanseattle

Caravan Crêpes is the newest lip-smacking addition to the Seattle Streetfood scene. To find out where we’re at, follow us on Twitter and Facebook.



If you are aware of any new rolling bistros, please let us know so that we can add them to our weekly listing of new food trucks as they hit the streets near you. Email us at MFV@mobile-cuisine.com

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