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First Look: Court Louie food truck court in Tower Grove South

Friday, January 19th, 2018

Farmtruk hot salami sandwich


St. Louis’ first food truck court, Court Louie, officially opens for business at 4001 Utah St. in Tower Grove South on Saturday, Jan. 20.

The court will be the semi-permanent home for four area trucks: Farmtruk, Go! Gyro! Go!, Steak Louie and Locoz Tacoz. As The Scoop reported in June 2017, Court Louie is the brainchild of Steak Louie truck owner Paul Listenberger.

Court Louie integrates the food truck and restaurant worlds into a single experience. Customers order indoors at the counter, which is divided into four stations – one for each truck. The food is made to order on the trucks, which are parked behind the building. Customers pick up their orders from the counter and grab one of 49 seats inside or another 25 on the patio.

Listenberger said at least two trucks will be onsite during lunch, and three or all four will normally park for dinner service. Other area trucks will make occasional guest appearances, too. Each truck will post when they will be at Court Louie on their social media sites.

Fans of roving meals need not fear. All four trucks will continue to operate on the street and at special events. Court Louie will be open Friday from 3 to 8 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Here’s a First Look at what’s in store at St. Louis’ first food truck court.


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Photos by Michelle Volansky

Editor’s Note: Shortly after publication, Court Louie changed its operating hours. The original article also included an incorrect opening date. The article was updated at 12:20 p.m. Jan. 22 to reflect those changes. 

Matt Sorrell is staff writer at Sauce Magazine. 

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A new “food court” for area food trucks is in the works in South City.

Earlier this year, Steak Louie owner Paul Listenberger bought the 2,200-square-foot building at 4001 Utah St., which formerly housed Annie Moons Bakery. The space has served as a commissary kitchen for Steak Louie, as well as fellow trucks Farmtruk and Go! Gyro! Go! Now, Listenberger plans to turn it into a one-stop shop where food truck fans can indulge in their favorite fare in one central location.

According to Listenberger, the actual rehab of the space will be minimal. “It’s a great building as-is,” he said. “We’re just doing basically cosmetic changes.”

Listenberger said the plan is for customers to order at a counter, and then food will be brought to their tables. Inside and outside seating will be available, and he plans to serve beer as well.

Steak Louie, Farmtruk and Go! Gyro! Go! have all signed on to participate in the venture, and Listenberger said he hopes to have Holy Crepe on board soon, as well. He also intends to eventually bring in other trucks for collaborations and events.

Initially, Listenberger said the food court would be open for Friday dinner service, and breakfast, lunch and dinner service on Saturday and Sunday. The space, which has no official name as of yet, is about four to six weeks from opening. “We want to get the patio open as soon as we can,” he said.

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Food Truck Friday: Tails are wagging

Friday, October 12th, 2012

Does your dog give you those puppy dog eyes every time you sample another delicious treat at Food Truck Friday but refuse to share? Chef Michael’s doesn’t think that’s right. Today, representatives for Chef Michael’s, a Purina dog food brand, will be at Food Truck Friday in a dog-centric food truck. From 2 to 7 p.m., on the southwest side of Tower Grove Park, the truck will hand out dog food samples. If you want to get your tail wagging too, be one of the first 250 people to visit the truck for a voucher (up to $10) to one of these participating food trucks: Papa Tom’s Fancy Franks, 2 Girls 4 Wheels and Go Gyro Go.

Do you think dogs have been left out of the food truck trend too? Sign Chef Michael’s Paw-tition on Facebook.

Food Truck Friday just got better!

Wednesday, June 6th, 2012

It’s that time again … the next Food Truck Friday of the season is this Friday! And in order to make this event the best yet, we have made a few exciting changes.

First, to make your commute from your car to the trucks both easier and faster, six shuttle cars will circle the park throughout the evening. Bathroom facilities have also been expanded, and there will be five recycling stations by St. Louis Earth Day scattered throughout the grounds. Y-98 will broadcast from the event again this month, and a live band will perform for the very first time. That means while you’re enjoying tacos and cupcakes and an ice-cold beer on a blanket, you’ll also be rocking out to the sounds of John Henry and The Engine.

Not sure what Food Truck Friday is? Click here to watch a short video of what this awesome event is all about.

WHAT: Food Truck Friday

WHEN: Friday, June 8 – 5 to 8 p.m.

WHERE: On the southwest side of Tower Grove Park

Parking: West End & Gurney Picnic Sites: Enter the Park via Kingshighway and follow Southwest Drive, heading east as it is a one-way street. The picnic sites will be on your left. From the Arsenal entrance at Center Cross Drive: Go around the roundabout and turn left on Northwest Drive (which is also one-way), heading west. This will eventually loop into Southwest Drive.

COST: Entrance is free; cash and credit card accepted for food and beverages

WHO’S COMING: And now, onto the food. Check out the list of trucks that will be lining up this Friday.

Holy Crepe
Follow this truck @HolyCrepeSTL

Le Food Truck
Follow this truck @LeFoodTruck

Sarah’s Cake Stop
Follow this truck @SarahsCakeStop

The Sweet Divine
Follow this truck @TheSweetDivine

Chop Shop
Follow this truck @ChopShopSTL

Papa Tom’s Fancy Franks
Follow this truck @PapaTomsFF

Falafelwich Wagon
Follow this truck @Falafelwich

Cha Cha Chow
Follow this truck @WheresChaCha

The Sausage Syndicate
Follow this truck @SyndicateSTL 

Lulu’s Local Eatery
Follow this truck @LulusFoodTruck

Guerilla Streetfood
Follow this truck @GuerillaStreet

Seoul Taco
Follow this truck @SeoulTaco

Follow this truck @ZiasOnTheHill

Hot Aztec
Follow this truck @HotAztec

2 Girls 4 Wheels
Follow this truck @2girls4wheels

Shell’s Coastal Cuisine
Follow this truck @ShellsCoastal

Go Gyro Go
Follow this truck @GoGyroGo

Feed Me
Follow this truck @feedmetruck

The Scoop: Gyros and Gateway grub newest food truck fare

Wednesday, October 5th, 2011

100511_gyroThe area food truck scene is hardly congested, but traffic sure is picking up as two new food trucks prepare to hit the streets.

First up, Go! Gyro! Go! will be serving a slew of Greek dishes such as Greek-style pork or chicken shish kebabs, beef and lamb gyros with tzatziki, Greek-style oven-roasted potatoes and a Greek country salad called horiatki salata. According to the company’s Facebook page, recipes hail from co-owner Nick Cowlen’s grandmother and his travels to Greece (including his ancestral land of Zakynthos). Cowlen hopes to be ready to roll for the final Food Truck Friday of the season, to be held on October 14 at Tower Grove Park.

The other food truck preparing to hit the streets is 2 Girls 4 Wheels, a project by downtown St. Louis residents Cherish Patterson and Jamie Gruntman. The pair will be serving up food that matches the company’s tag line: “Serving Gateway grub while showing St. Louis love.” The menu will include t-ravs, pulled pork sandwiches and a couple of custom hot dogs, including a spicy cheese version and the STL Dipping Dog, which is battered in Italian seasonings, fried, rolled in Provel cheese and served with a choice of marinara or strawberry jam. The duo will also put a spin on a traditional grilled cheese, adding fresh dates to melted Colby jack and Muenster cheeses sandwiched between two slices of Texas toast. On the lighter side will be a grilled chicken salad sandwich with fresh red and green peppers and yogurt sauce, while sides will include house-made coleslaw, sweet potato fries and waffle fries. For dessert, look for beignets – served traditionally with powdered sugar and even injected with Nutella or strawberry jam – and frozen custard from Ted Drewes. Patterson expects the custom-outfitted truck to arrive from New York in a couple weeks in time to hit downtown streets by the end of October.

To track the whereabouts of Go! Gyro! Go!, follow it on Facebook and Twitter. Though 2 Girls 4 Wheels has yet to set up a Twitter handle, you can find it on Facebook.

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