- Location: Southside - 1219 South Lamar Blvd.
- Hours: Tuesday - Saturday: 5:30 PM - 10 PM
- Cuisine: Locally-sourced high end cuisine. Menu changes frequently
Bryce Gilmore is the founding father of the Odd Duck concept and food trailer. His culinary visions for upscale fine dining blended with the local food movement makes Odd Duck's creations a must-eat on any trailer food crawl. He uses locally sourced ingredients by shopping at a few of Austin's favorite farmers' markets, which means his menu changes based on what is
available seasonally. The Pork Belly Slider is one of his favorites, and is his best selling item on the menu.
Be sure to appreciate the craftsmanship on his food trailer; he drove all the way to Wisconsin to pick up his current model and repurposed it himself to give it a porch-screen feel. His 700 lb wood-burning stove in the back allows him poetic license to blend the right smoke to food combinations that will leave your taste buds wanting more. I want to try the grits with the soft-boiled duck eggs and mushrooms next time we are out.
Bryce picked up some of his culinary artistic flare from his father, Jack Allen, a founding chef at Z'Tejas who now has his own place. However, Bryce also went to culinary school in San Francisco. His advice to new trailer businesses? Get Creative. Show us something new.
Local. Sustainable. High End Foods. What more could you ask? Go see Bryce at Odd Duck, and tell him the trailer food diaries sent you.