As Rawlins Gilliland points out in his D Magazine piece, the idea of street food in Dallas is counterintuitive. The only time we walk for a meal is from the valet stand to the front door of the restaurant. Nonetheless, Gilliland found vendors selling food from carts, kiosks and walk-up windows in several North Texas neighborhoods. Listen to him talk about it on Think starting any second now.
Update: Rawlins is making me hungry as he describes what’s available. He also mentioned an article he wrote for Pegasus News about “The Hidden City,” interesting parts of Dallas that residents may have overlooked.
Update II: The hour-long show is now over but you can still listen to it here.