Farm-to-table is one of the hottest trends in restaurants today.
But the Austin-based Remains of the Day food truck, rolling out its first Dallas vehicle today, plans to make road-to-table just as popular.
With three successful trucks already breaking records in South Texas, their concept is simple: Organic. Sustainable. Delicious.
That's because their chefs work in conjunction with local municipalities to procure the freshest meats possible, sourced from roadsides within a 50-mile radius of Dallas.
From more standard fare including cattle and poultry to exotic game such as white-tail deer and surprisingly tender armadillo, the protein options change daily.
Listed on the specials board under "Featured Squash," diners choose from quesadillas, panini sandwiches and tacos, all perfectly suited to the often pre-flattened state of the meats, each served with Speed Bumps, their signature fried bacon-wrapped, potato-stuffed jalapeños.
Finally, a delectable handheld meal is just a hard brake away.
Remains of the Day Food Truck
Lauches today at 11a at Klyde Warren Park