Popular Springfield restaurant to bring back seasonal food truck


Springfield barbeque lovers, take notice: Rudy’s is going mobile again.

Rudy’s Smokehouse, the barbeque restaurant touted as a Springfield staple, has brought back its mobile food truck for the season. The restaurant started serving from the truck on Feb. 12.

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Rudy’s, whose flagship store is located at 2222 S. Limestone St., will operate its truck in the parking lot of the Kroger store at 2200 N. Limestone St. from Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Much of the award-winning Rudy’s fare fans enjoy will be available, including its ribs, brisket and pulled pork, as well as several sides. The full food truck menu can be found on the Rudy’s Smokehouse website.

The Rudy’s food truck accepts both cash and credit cards.

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