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Gourdough’s: Best Food Trailer Ever

By Shelby

With so many yummy mobile food purveyors around town, you can’t use the phrase “best food trailer ever” lightly, but, seriously, y’all, this is the best food trailer ever. Like in the history of all of time and space. Gourdough’s has been open since October, but I only recently tried one of their gourmet donuts, and now I’m in love. And I kind of want to move in. Just take a look at their menu, and I bet you will too. There are just so many mouthwatering creations I want to try. Like the Slow Burn and the Son of a Peach.


I wish I’d had the foresight to take a photo of the Black Out before we devoured it, but honestly, as soon as my name was called, and we set it down in front of us, it was like some primal drive took over and my husband and I couldn’t think of anything but eating the ridiculously unhealthy bit of deliciousness in front of us. But it was the perfect dessert—a deep-fried donut topped with brownie batter, fudge icing and chocolate-covered brownie bits. YUM.


Right across South Lamar from Maudie’s and only a few blocks down from the Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar, Gourdough’s is the perfect place to stop for dessert after a margarita or a movie. Or make it a meal and get the bacon-topped Flying Pig or the fried chicken and honey butter Mother Clucker. All donuts are $4.25, and you can add ice cream for $1. Few things in life are worth spending an extra 20 minutes on the treadmill, but I think an ice cream-topped donut is one of them.

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