Hi All, I am the management here at the East Side Food Park and here to say that we are all alive and kickin’. We are no where near closing and there is no development on the property in the works. All of the trailers are happily settled in and serving their delicious specialties. We would love for y’all to stop by for a visit. For more info please call me directly at 512-919-6192.
Happy trails, LeeAnn Cottom News is breaking out of East Austin that Eastside Food Park is set to shutter so the lot can be converted into a residential development.

We keep waiting on developers to bulldoze the Broken Spoke so Austin can finally get with the program and become an actual city.


Here’s a list of food trailers that will be needing a new home [Landlords please pay attention]

1] Yoko Ono Miyaki http://www.scrumptiouschef.com/food/2012/1/8/Austin-Daily-Photo-Yoko-Ono-Miyaki-East-Austin-Japanese-Food-Trailer?adminview=true

2] El Pollo Rey http://www.scrumptiouschef.com/food/2012/1/27/Austin-Daily-Photo-Chicken-Al-Carbon-Taco-From-El-Pollo-Rey-In-East-Side-Food-Park

3] Pachamama’s Peruvian Creole Cuisine http://www.scrumptiouschef.com/food/2012/1/20/Birth-Notice-Pachamamas-Peruvian-Creole-Cuisine-New-East-Austin-Food-Trailer

4] The Coffee Spot http://www.scrumptiouschef.com/food/2012/3/17/Austin-Daily-Photo-The-Coffee-Spot

There is a very fetching spot in the parking lot of the yellow front quick mart at the convergence of Manor Road and Dean Keeton here in East Austin. We’d love to have a new dining option for the French Place neighborhood.

And a link to an article titled Too Many Bad Food Trucks http://www.scrumptiouschef.com/food/2011/8/11/Too-Many-Bad-Food-Trucks-In-Austin-Texas-Scene-Reaches-Breaking-Point

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