INDIANAPOLIS — A Hoosier traveler and foodie is cooking up an outdoor dining concept inspired by some of her favorite cities: a food truck park.
“It’s quick. It’s affordable. And it’s, honestly… it’s going to be good because that’s all they do (is cook),” Bo Turner, the founder of The Truckstop Food Truck Park, told WRTV.
Bigger cities like Austin and Portland are known for their many neighborhood clusters of food truck parks. Food trucks have rapidly grown in such popularity over the last few years that the park concept is picking up in cities across the country.
Food truck parks ultimately are fashioned as outdoor eating destinations. In this place, several food trucks that offer a wide variety of cuisines are situated around picnic tables or other seating options.
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