Street truck foodies can get their fix at one of the largest gatherings of mobile gastronomy in Fort Bend County, during Sienna Plantation’s Truck N’ Munch, Friday Oct. 14.
From 6 to 10 p.m., more than 20 Houston-area food trucks will gather at the Club Sienna parking lot, 9600 Scanlan Trace, to serve up lobster rolls, burgers, sushi, tacos, ice cream sandwiches, old-fashioned sundaes and more.
In addition, mobile food enthusiasts can rock out to classic tunes from the 80s, 90s and today performed by Houston’s variety cover band, The Fuse. The event is open to the public.
Food will run the gamut from appetizers to dessert. St. Johns Fire Truck will be on hand with Chef Joel St. John’s signature Gulf Coast specialties including shrimp corn dogs and seafood martinis, both of which were featured on Food Network’s EAT St.
International flavor will be provided by Churrasco to Go, Phojita Fusion, The Cuban Spot, Muisshi Makarritos and Nom Mi Street.
For dessert, Mary Had a Little Party is bringing out its mobile soda shop and young foodies can design custom ice cream sandwiches at the SMOOSH catering truck.
Other food trucks to watch for include Frosted Betty, Casian King, Savor the Bites, Craft Burger, D’Lish, Ripe Cuisine, The Grove Donuts, Skratch, Friohana, Off Beatz, Cousins Lobster, Buttz BBQ and Lucas.
Truck N’ Munch is just one of the many activities and events residents of Sienna Plantation enjoy each year. The 10,000-acre master-planned community offers a range of home choices priced from the $200,000s from patio homes to custom homes.