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Architects design Food Truck Mondays

Posted By on Thu, Aug 2, 2018 at 12:23 PM

click to enlarge CYPRESS KNEE: One of the food trucks lined up for Cromwell's Food Truck Mondays .
  • CYPRESS KNEE: One of the food trucks lined up for Cromwell's Food Truck Mondays .

The folks at Cromwell Architect Engineers at 1300 E. Sixth St. have drawn up plans to truck in chow to the East Village location on Mondays "while weather permits," starting Aug. 6.

The trucks will be near Cromwell's building, The Paint Factory, and a lineup for several Mondays is already set. Serving from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.:

Aug. 6: Riceland Mobile Cafe
Aug. 13: Cypress Knee (Southern and Cajun Cuisine)
Aug. 20: The Clean Eatery
Aug. 27: Native Eats (burgers and more)
Sept. 10: Nach'yo Nachos (nachos and wraps)
Sept. 24: Native Eats
Oct. 8: Nach'yo Nachos
Oct. 22: Nach'yo Nachos

Cromwell will keep the schedule updated on its Facebook page. Foodtruck operators interested in joining the party may contact Victoria Gross at

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