Houston food trucks have place to call their own

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parkHOUSTON, TX – A couple of food-heads are hoping to draw people downtown with a new food park. These beasts aren’t allowed in the downtown area, mostly because of their propane tanks and generators that create just too much liability for the city. But now, at the site of the old Meridian Club, the trucks have a place to call their own.

Some of the H-Town’s most popular trucks have lines out the tailpipe, full of hungry people looking to get a little something different on a hot day.

This space, we’ll call it, will be open daily for lunch and with utilization of the parking lot across the street, they’ll be able to hold as many as 20 trucks.

So think about it, next time you want to head out for lunch downtown, on any given day you can head to one place and get almost any cuisine you want and there will probably be a DJ spinning.

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