Our Menu

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The Boss

Slow-cooked BBQ brisket with melted sharp cheddar cheese on grilled sourdough bread.

Crazy Chicken

Grilled chicken breast strips, crispy bacon, house-made jalapeño ranch, and melted creamy Havarti cheese on grilled sourdough bread.

Turkey Trot

Smoked sliced turkey, crispy bacon, house made slob sauce, and melted sharp cheddar cheese on grilled sourdough bread.

Italian Hippy

Basil pesto sauce, grilled tomatoes, and melted mozzarella cheese on grilled sourdough bread.

Extra Cheesy Classic

Melted Swiss, sharp cheddar, mozzarella, and creamy havarti cheese on grilled sourdough bread.

The Smoke Show

Smoked sausage, house-made slob sauce with melted pepper jack cheese grilled on cornbread.

Plain Jane

Melted American cheese on grilled sourdough bread.

OMG

Crispy bacon, creamy gouda mac & cheese with melted smoked gouda grilled on sourdough bread.

Ham & I

Hardwood smoked sliced ham and melted Swiss cheese on grilled sourdough bread.

SGT. Pepperlonely

Sliced pepperonis, classic marinara sauce with melted mozzarella grilled on sourdough bread.

El Cubano

Tender pulled pork, hardwoodsmoked sliced ham, yellow mustard, crinkle cut dill pickles, and melted Swiss cheese on grilled sourdough bread.

Blonde Crashlee

Tender beef fajita steak, jalapeño pepper slices, house-made jalapeño ranch, melted pepper jack cheese on grilled sourdough bread.

To accommodate anyone with Gluten or Dairy allergies, we offer Gluten-free bread, dairy-free Cheddar style slices, & dairy-free spread. 

“I hope the Ruthie’s brick-and-mortar location and overall partnership with Café Momentum will inspire other businesses to think of ways they can do good in the community by partnering with a nonprofit that touches their hearts.”

Ashlee H. KleinertFounder of Ruthie's

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“When Ashlee Hunt Kleinert first decided to launch a food truck company, the concept started out as a fun side project—something to complement her already-established event planning business. ‘Food trucks were just hitting the Dallas scene, and Ruthie’s Rolling Cafe offered such a unique way to engage with customers,’ says Kleinert, ‘so I ultimately closed the events side and went 100% in on the food truck in 2011.’ Fast-forward eight years…”

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