Bill and Jamie Cawthon have put the finishing touches on the brick-and-mortar iteration of their popular food truck, Frankly Sausages. Frankly on Cherokee is set to open at 2744 Cherokee St., tomorrow, Nov. 17. The husband-and-wife team launched the truck in December 2015, specializing in artisan sausages and fries. As The Scoop reported in July, they announced plans to open a restaurant and expand the concept.
Eat This: Pork Belly BLT at Capitalist Pig
November 2nd 10:11am, 2017
We reject wimpy bacon strips and sad translucent tomatoes. We only accept the best â€“ in this case, the Pork Belly BLT at Capitalist Pig. Two thick layers of house-smoked pork belly bacon get cozy with sweet tomato jam, fresh green leaf lettuce and a swipe of rich chipotle aioli.
Guerrilla Street Foodâ€™s take on Filipino fare is heading to The Loop at 6120 Delmar Blvd. Owners Brian Hardesty and Joel Crespo plan to open before the end of the year in the space that once housed Pita Pit across from The Pageant. â€œThe Loop has always been in our business plan,â€? Hardesty said. â€œThereâ€™s a lot of investment going on [east of Skinker Boulevard] and we feel like thatâ€™s something we want to be a part of â€“ besides the fact that itâ€™s just a really cool neighborhood.â€?
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