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We love this place. The food is amazing. The chef came out our first time there and introduced himself. They remodeled and have board games. I would recommend for the food and the craft beer is a plus too!
I was first introduced to Roodies at the Dallas Farmers Market. We would go just for the amazing tacos and hotdogs. The brisket tacos with the AMAZING green sauce is something out of this world. The service is spectacular. You will NOT be disappointed if you try this place. I wish I could give it mo
The brisket tacos are sooo good, with the fresh made corn tortillas. The juicy Lucy was great as well. We also had the smoked nopales taco, a smoked carnitas taco and a Cali burrito. Everything was great, the brisket taco is a must try though. The chef is very nice too and is passionate for what he
First of all, we loved meeting and visiting with you, Roodie! Best of luck in your new place. Second … the food is amazing. My husband and I split the Cali-Burrito and Brisket Tacos. Fantastic, unique taste. Love the green sauce. Can’t wait for that to be bottled. We’ll spread the word and see yo
Friendly service food didn’t look nothing like picture and burgers were nasty and wasn’t even stuffed. My daughter took a bite of her burger and I took a bite of mines and also had my husband tasted it. We all agreed if wasn’t good. We were refunded our money for the burgers which is why I gave two
WOW! Thank you so much for the amazing food today that you catered for Zillow. From start to end, you guys did amazing setting up and clearing out. Everyone in the office was definitely excited and pleased with the tacos and the sandwiches today. Looking forward to having you guys come back. Thank y
I LOVE Roodie's! My first experience was at a popup at Celestial brewery where I had the Cuban sandwich and it was to die for! I still very much enjoy the new Craft and Growler kitchen I am just sad that the connection is not as interpersonal between the cook and the customers but that is inevitable
handmade tortillas made to order. how many times have you had tacos with freshly pressed tortillas? if your answer is 'never,' you may now understand how Rudy has gained a dedicated network of regulars or 'Roodie's Foodies' who follow their stomachs to pop ups at breweries or to his new location at
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