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Maria Carrillo
Marketing Coordinator
UH Dining Services

UH Dining Services Tests Late Night Food Truck Option for Students

UH Dining Services Tests Late Night Food Truck Option for Students

Houston, Sept. 16, 2014 — Students with a late night craving for food have a new option available to them on campus for the next few days: food trucks.

Coreanos will be on campus parked on the side of the Student Services Center building closest to Entrance 6, across from Cougar Village II and parking lot 6B. The truck will be open for business from 11 p.m. to 3 a.m. each night through this Thursday night/Friday morning.

The pilot program started Wednesday, Sept. 10. The food trucks that participated last week were Golden Grill and Happy Endings.

The program comes after students voiced the need for late night food options on campus. UH Dining Services will analyze traffic and sales data in order to determine if there is a need for it to continue.

To learn more about all of the food trucks that service the campus and their schedules, visit the food truck website. For more information about UH Dining Services visit


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