BBQ Godfather has seen an increase in demand for its “unique fusion barbecue” since opening in January 2014.
The food truck is located in Spring in the Rayford Road area and offers a variety of traditional barbecue items, including sandwiches, ribs and brisket that have people coming back for more, owner Tony Faour said.
“Business increases about every week—it’s just been building,” Faour said. “Our style of barbecue is unique—it has more flavor and more spices. We haven’t seen a regress yet.”
Faour said many customers visit BBQ Godfather for the brisket and ribs, which have a special raspberry glaze sauce. The food truck, which offers outdoor seating, also offers spicy pulled pork, sausage and turkey.
The food truck opened after Faour wanted to get more business than he was seeing at a gas station where he was previously selling his barbecue.
Although there is only one BBQ Godfather truck open right now, Faour said he may add more trucks in the future.
“Right now we’re just getting this [food truck] going,” he said. “But I don’t have a problem expanding in the future. We just have to take care of home base first.”