kcjak wrote:And one I walked past in Austin had no generators (utility hookups), lots of picnic tables and packed.
I could live with that.
kcjak wrote:Not just OKC - they're all over - Austin has several of them, Springfield has one and I believe they're building one in East Lawrence near the Amtrak station. It's a good way to utilize underutilized lots and get some business during slow weeknights, and rotate out the spots every month to keep things fresh. Not good for every neighborhood, but could be good for parts of Troost, maybe western SW Blvd, Columbus Park/Berkley Park area, etc.
I see the positives of it for empty lots and also know that these food truck enclaves are popular...i just don't know that they are for me.