Food Trucks Grow Into Restaurants

May 30, 2014 7 comments Open printer friendly version of this article Print Article

Since the 2012 launch of Jax Truckies, food trucks have rapidly changed Jacksonville's culinary scene. Today, Jacksonville is well on its way to becoming a culinary destination with trucks now breathing life into the city's established commercial districts. Here are a few food trucks that have evolved into brick and mortar restaurants.

Monroe's Smokehouse Beach Blvd

Monroe's Smokehouse isn't just a restaurant. Monroe's represents family, tradition, and good old Southern hospitality! Owner Keith Waller opened his first Monroe's on the Westside at 4838 Highway Avenue seven years ago. In 2011, he launched Monroe's-On-The-Go to expand his brand to downtown and the Southside. The success of this mobile venue led to the November 2012 opening of Monroe's Smokehouse Beach Blvd.

Images courtesy of Monroe's BBQ.

Address: 10771 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville, Florida 32246

Phone: (904) 996-7900



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