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Food Truck Friday lineup: Cajun, Asian and BBQ

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Here's the lineup — including two out-of-towners —  for the Downtown Little Rock Partnership's Food Truck Fridays feed from 11:45 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. April 28 at Capitol and Main streets:

Almost Famous, from Conway: Serving its "rough neck" sandwich, shrimp po'boys, crawfish pies, boudin eggrols, Cajun sausage sandwich, smoked salmon BLT, blackened barbecued shrimp wrap with avocado and bacon, smoked Cajun turkey breast sandwich.

Black Hound B-B-Q, from Jacksonville: Serving pork and beef sandwiches, ribs, chicken, turkey legs, polish sausage, wings, nachos, potatoes, sweet potatoes, corn on the cob and cole slaw.

The Southern Gourmasian: Serving steamed buns with Balinese chicken or slow-roasted pork, chicken fried rice, smoked brisket with plum sauce, spicy chicken and dumplings, shrimp and grits, slow roasted pork sandwich with sriracha lime butter.

Whole Hog Cafe: BBQ sandwiches or platters: pork, chicken, brisket, ribs, smoked sausage, loaded nachos, baked potatoes, baked beans, potato salad, cole slaw.

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