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The City of Saginaw Community Services Department is proud to announce the return of the much anticipated “Concerts in the Park Music Series”! The City of Saginaw has once again partnered with The Arts Council of Northeast Tarrant County (ARTSNET) to provide you with this collection of FREE entertainment.
Bring your family, friends, lawn chairs and join us for an evening of musical performing arts at the large pavilion in Willow Creek Park. Remember, admission is FREE. Concessions will be available.
What's your favorite corn? Cream Style? Whole Kernel? On the Cob? Or could it be KETTLE CORN!! Open Range Kettle Corn is here bringing you that veggie the best way possible. Come out and get a bag or two!
We are excited about joining the family of food trucks at the Switchyard. What we offer is unique and different Traditional Native American Indian cuisine with a Texas twist. Our inspired chef Jennifer Scharen from the Culinary Arts Institute Dallas has had a lifelong dream of running her own food truck and serving food with great taste. She has found not only your ordinary taco but, a fry bread taco with chili beef tips! That sounds great and makes your mouth water just thinking about it. We are inspired by the legendary Bigfoot and with a legendary food, why not give it a unique name? On the menu side we have beef, chicken, and a veggie fry bread taco. The Sasquatch is unique all by itself... a hamburger with fry bread as buns! Oh and the dessert Fried Feathers is to die for with Lemon Mascarpone! We are happy to bring something different and look forward to serving this community in Saginaw!
The Switchyard has a new truck. Come out and give MTY Taco a big Saginaw Welcome. Tacos, Monterrey Mexico taste and style. It has always been my dream to own and work my food trailer, and now its a reality. Hope to make a lot of stomachs happy!
My name is David Kincade. I spent 22 years in the United States Army. I have always had a passion for cooking. I grew up planting vegetables and cooking as a teenager for my grandmother who was unable to move around freely as she got older. I always knew that when I was done serving my country, I wanted to be in the food industry. I have experimented with many dishes and Mac n Cheese is one of my favorites. One day while just cooking I added Cajun seasoning, shrimp and sausage to a white cheddar mac n cheese. Everyone loved it. That night I had a dream, I had a restaurant and all I sold was mac n cheese. After doing months of research I decided to bet in myself and buy a trailer. I quit my job that I was making over 100k a year to peruse my dream. I truly feel blessed and I am excited to see this grow. I thank everyone for their support. I promise we will always have great customer service and greet our customers with a smile.
Come out experience delicious and refreshing. P*nche Chamoy is here offering Frutas Locas, Snow cones, Corn in A Cup, and Aguas Frescas. Cool refreshing treats to beat the Texas heat.
Looking for some "Cajun on the Geaux"? Find it today at The Switchyard! A Taste of Louisiana is here with the all the flair and flavors of Louisiana. Come by and try some today , there is no better way to start your weekend.
What's in a name? When "Tasty" is in your name, you have to up the flavor game. That is exactly what Hawkins Tasty Food On The Move does. Everything on the menu is flavorful and with so many choices there is something for everyone. # Tasty #CertifiedDelicious #DEMDAMHAWKINS Come out and support small business in a BIG way...Eat at Hawkins today.
A concert and coffee...what a great pair! "Limoges Coffee is a craft coffee shop operating solely from the inside of a custom-designed E-350 van. We serve a variety of specialty, made-to-order beverages which include espresso, latte, mocha, chai, hot tea, iced tea, hot chocolate and more! Sugar-free, caffeine-free, lactose-free, and keto options available. We look forward to serving you!"
When I was a young child there was a woman who was very special to me, her name was Rosa George(Miss George to most) but to me Rosa. While I don’t remember everything about her I remember the grilled cheese sandwiches she used to make. The taste of real butter toasted bread in a cast iron skillet. When I was five years old she passed away and I looked everywhere for someone who could make a grilled cheese the way she did. It took another 10 years for me to find someone else who could make her grilled cheese, and through trial and error I found her grilled cheese again. I kept that recipe to myself and only made grilled cheese for those close to me. I’m now excited to share Miss George’s Grilled Cheese with everyone, and piggybacking on the same great taste she used to make I have allowed my pallet as well as my menu grow and mature. Our daily special's are breakfast grilled cheese and grilled chicken florentine.