If you want a taste of Detroit’s eclectic dining scene, you should check out the Stockyard food truck. This new Detroit food truck is on the move and will soon be setting up shop at a banquet center near Eastpointe. Until then, you can dine with them in cool spaces such as flower shops and warehouses, or at a co-working space in Corktown. For now, you can try their meals as you browse their new website.
After starting out as a monthly supper club, Marc Bogoff decided to start serving high-quality sandwiches in a mobile setting. The food truck has grown to serve Metro-Detroit residents twice a week. Bogoff has teamed up with local chefs and businesses to expand the menu and reach more customers. Bogoff plans to add a beer and wine bar to the menu. Bogoff and Boyer have other restaurant concepts in the works.
Eli Boyer, a former partner of Gold Cash Gold in Detroit, contacted Marc Bogoff last fall about opening a food truck. Bogoff has worked in Chicago’s DMK Restaurants and Henry’s and helped launch several pop-up restaurants. He has also held executive positions at acclaimed restaurants including Table Fifty-Two and Bar Noma. Eli Boyer, 31, is single and lives in Huntington Woods.
Eli Boyer, a former partner at Gold Cash Gold in Detroit, reached out to chef Marc Bogoff last fall to create his first food truck. Bogoff is a veteran of the Chicago restaurant scene, having opened DMK Restaurants and Henry’s in the mid-2000s. He previously worked at Table Fifty-Two and has experience cooking on a food truck. Eli Boyer is 31 years old, single, and lives in Huntington Woods.
A popular food truck in Detroit, Eli Boyer plans to take this concept to the Ferndale neighborhood. The Ferndale location is expected to focus on shellfish and vegetable-focused dishes, with a raw bar and seafood at the forefront of the menu. The Ferndale location will be at 600 Vester St., just north of East Nine Mile Road, and the restaurant’s centerpiece will be a shellfish display.
97 West Kitchen & Bar
The 97 West Kitchen & Bar is positioned inside a newly opened hotel in Fort Worth’s Stockyards. The casual restaurant serves Texas-style cuisine with modern accents. The décor features bucking bronco paintings on the wall and leather-backed chairs. Located inside a hotel, the restaurant also features a bar and rooftop deck with live music and lawn games.
Located in the Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District in Mule Alley, 97 West Kitchen & Bar offers a contemporary take on classic American fare. Menu items include elevated ranch favorites and Southern comfort foods. 97 West Kitchen & Bar serves cocktails, beer, wine, and snacks. The menu is seasonal and open to the public. It is open daily until 11pm.
If you’re craving a tasty steak, try the H3 Ranch food truck located in the historic Fort Worth stockyards. You can dine on hickory-grilled steaks, rainbow trout, chicken, ribs, and wood-roasted salsa in a comfortable setting. The food and drink options are reminiscent of Cowtown’s cattle-driving days, and the truck has plenty of free parking to boot.
The H3 Ranch food truck is located in the stockyard’s central location, next to several other eateries. The restaurant is named after an old Nebraska ranch and is situated near a large wall that is lined with cowboy hats. Besides food, H3 Ranch has a full bar and a patio where you can enjoy a relaxing drink. For those who love barbecue, you can even have a hickory smoked burger, a fried egg, and a side of mac ‘n’ cheese.