Food truck 'court' set for University Avenue | Arkansas Blog

Monday, January 30, 2012

Food truck 'court' set for University Avenue

Posted By on Mon, Jan 30, 2012 at 8:32 AM

HEADED TO COURT: One of the food trucks scheduled to participate in new food truck court at University and Col. Glenn.
  • HEADED TO COURT: One of the food trucks scheduled to participate in new food truck "court" at University and Col. Glenn.

Who knew? When I was in San Francisco last week, one of the wish-we-had sights I saw was a plaza near the civic center with a regular lineup of food trucks that serve weekday lunch.

Guess what? Little Rock has a food truck fair in the works. A "food truck court" set to open this week at what's being styled the University Market at 4Corners. That's the intersection of University Avenue and Col. Glenn. According to the Facebook page map, it will set up on the southeast corner of the intersection (by the old Cinema 150). Further posts indicate the trucks will be on the parking lot of the former Kmart store on the southwest corner of the intersection.

Hot Dog Mike says the "soft opening" is scheduled for 11 a.m. Wednesday. Mike is one of nine vendors listed on the Facebook page. I'm pleased to note that one of them is Taqueria Samantha, my go-to burrito choice that's a staple on Geyer Springs Road.

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