The Eatsie Boys has long been considered one of Houston’s best food trucks thanks to the "gourmet grub" made with locally sourced, high-quality ingredients. These days it's holding down a daily residence at 8th Wonder Brewery, Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., and Sunday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Menu offerings include S.L.A.B. Fries (pulled pork, mozzarella, barbecue sauce, avocado crema, diced tomatoes, pickled onions, and jalapeño); the Hello Nasty burger (house-ground 100-percent beef brisket patty, grilled onions, pickled jalapeño, cheddar cheese, bacon, and barbecue sauce); and the What the Falafel (house-made falafel patty, cucumber, tomatoes, red onion, and tzatziki).
What began as a food truck is now also a counter service cafe in Montrose called Eatsie Boys. They serve breakfast, sandwiches, salads, coffee, ice cream, and Sunday brunch. You can eat on their patio with your pet and you can BYOB. The food is best described as "casual Houston fusion" -- with things on the menu like fried chicken sandwiches with srirancha (sriracha + ranch), matzah ball pho, and donut ice cream.