Food trucks go well with good times. It makes sense, then, that one of Sydney’s most popular purveyors of meals on wheels would find its way to the much-loved Darlo Bar.
For 24 days starting tonight, a small team from Eat Art Truck will take over the downstairs Darlo Bar kitchen. Jeremy Yang and Vlad Zolotarev will join Mo Moubayed, co-owner of Eat Art Truck, in a space much larger than their regular one, but with the same homey feel.
“We love the local vibe of Darlo Bar. The pop-up means we can serve up our street food in a part of Sydney that is usually quite hard for a food truck to get to,” says Moubayed.
The Eat Art Truck crew has created a small servery beside the bar that melds seamlessly with its existing retro aesthetic. Now you can have a beer or cocktail while you enjoy American barbeque sliders.
Customers can expect Eat Art’s American barbeque street food with the addition of two specials, the Thai Beef Slider (slow-roasted beef, garlic, chilli, lemongrass, coriander) and the Viet Pork Crackling Slider (pulled pork with pork crackling, daikon pickles, chilli mayo).
While the team remains tight-lipped about artist collaborations for the pop-up, expect some art integration. After all, “It goes to Eat Art Truck’s roots,” says Moubayed.
The pop-up will run until July 18, from Thursday to Saturday 5pm–10pm and Sunday 1pm–8pm.