Get a Crazy Burger or any number of handheld delights at Friday on the Green. Courtesy Facebook

With spring in full swing, the first Friday on the Green is upon us. Head to Magnolia Green (1201 Lipscomb St, 817-923-1649) on the Near Southside for live music from 5pm to 10pm with headliners Pablo & The Hemphill 7. Wandering Roots will be on-site, and I’m sure the Friday on the Green Market will have some foodie finds to take home from the various vendors. As for the many on-site culinary options, here are eight to check out. (Or nine, as it were, but who’s counting?)

Crazy Burger (817-583-3751) is a Fort Worth-based food truck usually docked at Clearfork Food Park (4801 Edwards Ranch Rd, Ste 105). To book them for your event, do a quick search on Facebook.

Cuisine for Healing (1614 Mistletoe Blvd, 817-921-2377) is a nonprofit committed to making nutritious, delicious food. Read more about them at


Funky Calavera (@funkycalavera) is a food trailer specializing in craft tacos. For locations or just delicious food pics, visit

The Holy Frijoles food truck has a permanent station at 1407 W Magnolia Av (817-902-5273). The menu selections rotate quite often and can be found at

iFratelli is in the business of delivering thin and crispy pizza without a delivery fee. The folks from the Near Southside location (1907 8th Av, 817-927-7779) will be at FOTG. iFratelli currently has a contest going for a chance to win free pizza for a year. Visit for details.

Just in time for Earth Month, check out the It’s Food truck for 100% plant-based options and zero plastic container usage. As they say, “I’d eat it!” For more information, visit

Typically stationed at 105 S Main St, Leo’s Churro Bar (@LeosChurroBar) will be on hand to remedy your sweet tooth. The churro flavors change almost daily, but for the latest offerings, visit

Melt Ice Creams (1201 W Magnolia Av, Ste 115, 817-886-8365) will be out “slinging scoops of happy ice cream.” Look for a large trailer known as The Joy Ride or one of the smaller Happy Carts. Happiness will soon follow. For more info, visit

Plaka’s Greek Kitchen (@PlakasGreekKitchen, 817-380-8120) will be out with its new mobile kitchen doing it “Plaka’s Way.” This means that for your kyria piata, or main course, you will choose a delivery method (bowl or wrap), a protein, your toppings, and the spice level. Every entree comes with a side of fries. For other menu options and prices, check out