Filter By Distance
Nearby
5 Miles
10 Miles
Neighborhoods
Arena District
Bexley
Brewery District
Campus
Clintonville
Delaware
Downtown
Dublin
East Side
Easton
Franklinton
Gahanna
German Village
Grandview
Grove City
Hilliard
Italian Village
Merion Village
New Albany
North Side
Northwest Side
Olde Towne East
Pickerington
Polaris
Powell
Reynoldsburg
Short North
South Side
Upper Arlington
Victorian Village
West Side
Westerville
Whitehall
Worthington
Cuisines
African
American
Asian
Barbecue
Bars
Brewery
Cajun & Creole
Caribbean
Chinese
Coffee & Desserts
Contemporary American
Diners
European
Gastropub
Greek
Indian
Irish & British Pubs
Italian
Japanese
Korean
Latin American
Mediterranean
Mexican
Middle Eastern
Pizza
Pub Grub
Seafood
Soup & Sandwiches
Southern
Steakhouses
Sushi
Thai
Vegetarian
Vietnamese
Price
Low to High
High to Low
$
$$
$$$
$$$$

Daily Crave

Paddy Wagon to open permanent location

By

Posted on:

The Paddy Wagon food truck is set to open Jailhouse | Rock, its new permanent location tucked inside Little Rock Bar, June 25. The Paddy Wagon team has spent recent months transforming a 200-square-foot space in the back of the Italian Village bar into a fully functional kitchen, where they’ll prep and serve an exclusive lineup of gourmet hotdogs.

The dogs will be sourced from The Good Frank, with grass-fed beef and vegan options. Highlights include the Carmella, served with rosemary gnocchi, vodka sauce, red onion, ricotta cheese and red pepper flakes, and The King, topped with applewood bacon, banana relish and spicy peanut butter sauce. A handful of Paddy Wagon staples, like the 15-to-Life Angus Brisket, will also be available.

Jailhouse’s walk-up window will make the experience similar to that of a food truck, with the added convenience of orders being delivered to your table or bar perch. 

“It's definitely going to provide an anchor for us,” says Zach James, Paddy Wagon owner and chef. “We've been serving [at Little Rock] pretty much every Saturday since last summer. We really like the crowd over there, so it’s really mutually beneficial for both places.”

James says the name choice was strategic, as he’s open to the possibility of future Jailhouse installations at other city bars.