Rainey Street Indian food truck G'Raj Mahal is going brick-and-mortar in a house just around the corner from the existing location, a series of atmospheric tents and tables centered around a fragrant trailer. It's yet another instance of an Austin food truck going brick-and-mortar, this time at 73 Rainey Street. Via the Downtown Austin blog, owner Sidney Roberts writes:
The house on 73 will be adapted so we are actually going to have a built-in trailer of sorts facing the interior of the house but "parked" in the graj?that meets city standards for restaurants?the majority of seating will remain outdoor though with improved cooling and heating capacity and we will have a small amount of indoor seating, a wine/beer bar, and indoor bathrooms.Roberts also tells Downtown Austin that the existing trailer will still be BYOB and serve a limited, walk-up menu, while the 73 Rainey Street location will serve an expanded menu.
· G'Raj Mahal Cafe Will Expand On To Rainey Street Proper [Downtown Austin]
· G'Raj Mahal [Official]
· All Food Trucks Coverage on Eater Austin [-EATX-]
[Photo: G'Raj Mahal/Official]