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Maria Carrillo
Marketing Coordinator
UH Dining Services

UH Dining Introduces Late Night Food Truck Option for Students

UH Dining Introduces Late Night Food Truck Option for Students

Houston, Oct. 6, 2014 — University of Houston students will now be able to enjoy a late night food truck meal every Monday through Thursday.

After piloting a successful two-week, late-night program, UH Dining determined there is a need for a late dining option for residential students on campus.

Many students expressed their approval of the program through Reddit with comments like "This is excellent," "Yes! This is awesome," and "This really is a great initiative."

Coreanos, Golden Grill and Happy Endings will be rotating during the late-night service. There will be one truck serving Monday through Thursday from 11 p.m. to 3 a.m. The food truck 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 service is scheduled to begin the week of Oct. 6.

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

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