Tag: Houston

Houston, TX: TGI Fridays food truck visits The Woodlands July 4 Red, Hot...

The Fridays Food Truck will be in Houston serving up free food at The Woodlands 4th of July Celebration and Katy Mills Mall.

Houston, TX: Breakfast Anyone? We Have a Food Truck Just For You

It’s everything from bowls to burritos and sausage-and-egg sandwiches served with melted cheese. And already the little truck is causing a big stir.

Houston, TX: Houston Food Trucks, Restaurants to Compete in 3rd Annual Curry Crawl May...

Food trucks will shift the competition into high gear as they compete for the Grand Prize, Best Presentation and People’s Choice awards.

Houston, TX: Food Truck Friday – Sticky’s Chicken will have you Licking your Fingers!

The flavor is kind of like a Teriyaki slash.. it’s kind of sweet, and it maybe has like kind of a hit of Asian twist to it

Houston, TX: Family Friendly – Food-Truck Fest, Screen on the Green

Nine of Houston's finest mobile kitchens, including Tila's, Coreanos and Koagie Hots, will be feeding festivalgoers at this tasty event at Temple Sinai.

Houston, TX: Spam Sushi? Taste it for Yourself at Houston’s PhamilyBites Food Truck

Her eggrolls are one of the most popular items on the PhamilyBites menu. Other menu highlights include Pho (the national soup of Vietnam) and Bahn Mi (a Vietnamese sandwich).

Houston, TX: 2nd Annual Houston Food Truck Festival a Hit

The 2nd Annual Houston Food Truck Festival brought a crowd of 3500 for lunch Saturday at Stereo Live despite the afternoon’s threat of rain. Over 20 trucks were available and most offered exclusive festival deals, such as Happy Endings who shaved a dollar off tacos that are normally priced at $4.

Houston, TX: My Food Park HTX Brings Inner Loop Trucks Out West

My Food Park HTX is open for both lunch and dinner, with a variety of the city's best food trucks rotating in and out every day

Houston, TX: Houstonians, Rejoice! New Food Truck Parks Set to Open

The idea to open a food truck really began to take shape when he saw a piece of property on Mangum Road that had been in his girlfriend's family since the early 1900s. Fisk says it was originally a dairy farm, and then a house was built there, but after the house was torn down the family didn't know what to do with the space. And a food truck park was born.