A favorite Houston food truck, Good Dog Houston, revealed on Twitter this weekend that it will be opening a brick and mortar location in the Heights.
Houstonians typically go online to find out the hot-dog truck’s daily location.
The tweet toasted followers with a photo of champagne and keys, commemorating the announcement and promising more details in the coming week.
Good Dog owners Daniel Caballero andAmalia Pferd told Eater Houston the location will be in the former Big Mamou space at 903 Studewood and they plan to open prior to the beginning of football season in September.
Good Dog Houston’s Ol’ Zapata dog was named by Fox News in May as America’s best hot dog, and Esquire named the truck among the best food trucks in the nation in March.
Houston food trucks may be becoming more predictable for those looking to dine.
Plans for Houston’s first food truck park were revealed in June. The park, located at 1504 St. Emanuel St., can host as many as eight food trucks at a time, maybe even more during special events.
Four Houston food trucks were named in The Daily Meal’s list of the 101 best in the nation, and a festival in May celebrated Houston food trucks. Click here for a slideshow of photos from the festival.
Good Dog Houston is the latest local food truck to establish a permanent location, the Houston Chronicle reports, following Eatsie Boys in December.