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.

Super Food

If things go according to plan, downtown's latest restaurant could morph from the popularity of a local food truck. Dale Stoudt, a co-owner of Super Food Truck has signed a letter of intent to occupy a 2,595-square-foot retail space on the ground floor of the 11 East Forsyth apartment tower. According to Stoudt, "the truck gave us the ability to develop the brand." In a Jacksonville Business Journal interview with Ashley Gurbai Kritzer, Stoudt, who co-owns the business with Richie Haugk, stated that daily lunch service from the truck will cease when the brick and mortar restaurant opens.

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