Grand Prairie-based food truck company Two Trucks already has a few local favorites in its six-truck fleet: The Butcher’s Son, Gandolfo’s and What’s Da Scoop, but starting this month, has added a new flavor to its ranks.
Texas Burrito Company, specializing in “custom burritos, tacos, bowls and salads,” will hit the streets this month, with prices ranging from six to 12 dollars.
“We are excited to serve our flair on Tex-Mex cuisine to our customers and continue to be an active part in the business community,” said Dain Pool, co-founder and president of Two Trucks, in a statement. “Two Trucks will be serving up the same quality food our customers have come to know and love. It is with their support we are able to expand our brand and menu across the DFW area.”
Some of the dishes on The Texas Burrito Company’s menu include the Rio Grande (a flour tortilla, stuffed with monterey jack cheese, brown or white rice, black beans, barbacoa pork and a green chile sauce); the ATX (a corn tortilla filled with grilled chicken, goat cheese, bacon, avocado, lettuce and tomato) and the Hanger 9 (a corn tortilla wrapped around grilled steak and grilled corn salsa, as well as caramelized onions and roasted poblano peppers, and topped with queso fresco and guacamole).
The Texas Burrito Company will offer its customers the option, according to press materials, to make any burrito “wet,” i.e. covered with a “gourmet sauce” such as queso, fire-roasted salsa or green chile sauce.
The Texas Burrito Company uses Twitter to help keep customers abreast of its latest location. Follow them @TexasBurritoCo.