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Food Trucks that went Brick and Mortar

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STLLifer Sep 28, 2011 08:29 PM

I used to follow this board pretty close but have lost track of two places. I'm going to be in town Thanksgiving week but with older relatives and the food trucks might not fly. I thought Franklins was going brick and mortar. Did it?, Is it still called Franklins?. The other place I think was called Odd Duck. Did it go brick and mortar? Is it still called Odd Duck. Are there any newer food trucks that are somewhat unique and must trys? I might be able to slip away from the old folks if it is worth it. Thanks in advance for your feedback.

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Odd Duck
1219 S Lamar Blvd, Austin, TX 78704

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    achtungpv Sep 29, 2011 07:15 AM

    Hat Creek Burgers was probably the first to make the jump.
    Franklin did also.
    Odd Duck...kinda did. He opened a restaurant called Barley Swine but the trailer remains.
    Cazamance. I thought it had originally closed but I think they went brick and mortar.
    G'Raj Mahal. I didn't go when this place first opened but I have a hard time calling it a trailer. it's basically an outdoor restaurant at this point. It may count.

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    Cazamance
    Austin, Austin, TX

    Barley Swine
    2024 S. Lamar, Austin, TX

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