*To update: The Houston restaurant was scheduled to begin serving its world-famous turkey legs and Cajun bowls at 11 am Friday in Fort Worth; Lines of cars began to form around 9 a.m. and at 11 a.m., organizers said there were 1,000 cars lined up.
The Turkey Leg Hut, a Houston company that has developed a large following since its inception more than five years ago, is coming to Dallas-Fort Worth.
A food truck will be parked at The Potter’s House in Fort Worth from 11 a.m. to midnight on March 19, 20 and 21. Customers can purchase stuffed turkey drumsticks and Cajun bowls. (Note that Potter’s House has many campuses. This event is at the Fort Worth church).
A spokeswoman says it is the first time Turkey Leg Hut has served food to the public in Dallas-Fort Worth.
“People ask when we go to this area all the time on social media,” says Turkey Leg Hut co-founder Nakia Price in a statement. “We are excited to finally be able to share a sample of our exclusive menu with the Dallas-Fort Worth community and we are very grateful to The Potter’s House for hosting us over the weekend.
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