Food Trucks a Permanent Feature in Freestone County | FCT News – Freestonecountytimesonline

Food, not just a necessity, but also a true Southern and Texan tradition, nothing can bring us together like something delicious to share with those we love most.

Who makes the food becomes far less important than the time everyone spends gathered around the food, just being together.

Freestone County has no shortage of places to grab some delicious food that is ready to be eaten, especially with the growing number of food trucks.

By their very nature, food trucks move around, so where you find one today, might not be there tomorrow.

Here is a helpful list of some of the Freestone County Food Trucks with phone numbers included:

–All G’s BBQ & Soul can be found on Facebook under the same name and be reached at 903-879-5648

–Annie Mae’s BBQ, Burgers, & More can be found on Facebook under the same name and reached by phone at 832-797-5606.

–Bahama Hut Snowcones is on Facebook, and serves up delicious icey treats.

–Cactus Jacks can be reached at 903-915-9301 and serve up scrumptious BBQ.

–C&D can be reached at 903-519-1475

–Chick-fil-A Baylor Food Truck comes to Fairfield most Friday’s to serve up the Chick-fil-A everyone knows and loves. Reach them by visiting

–GooRoos Wood Fire Pizza makes delicious pizza the old fashioned way, with a wood fire. Check them out at or call 832-797-5606 to have your order ready for pickup.

–Little Green Snow Machine treats people to delightful icey treats, including sugar free flavors for everyone following the Keto diet.

–Mi Mesa means My Table and they treat you just like family while serving up delicious Mexican meals, reach out to them at or call 903-388-5179

–PJ’s serves up juicy burgers daily from locally purchased ingredients right by Teague High School, contact them at 512-755-6292

–Snack Daddy’s can be reached at 254-625-0352

–Te’Jun is serving up crawfish, shrimp, crab, lobster and more! Call 903-390-5145 or check their social media at

Keep in mind that during the pandemic, things might be a bit different than they normally are.

If you are traveling somewhere to enjoy a food truck, consider calling ahead to be sure of hours.

Keep watching for more articles focused on the Freestone County local businesses, some future ones will be antiques, gifts, alternate groceries and more.

Please contact The “Times” at 903-389-6397 or [email protected] with business suggestions or categories.