The fervor surrounding the food trailer scene has calmed a bit over the past few years. But as the dust has settled, many great options remain. Food trucks offer relatively low overhead, mobility and niche marketing that allow aspiring and established cooks the chance to hone their chops, play with concepts, show off their skill, build a following and maybe lay the groundwork for a brick-and-mortar restaurant. In this occasional series, I took a look at some of the trailers making their marks on Austin’s growing food scene. Have a favorite food truck you think deserves notice? Email me at email@example.com
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