The Crowds Came Out for the Houston Black Food Truck Fest 2017

The Crowds Came Out for the Houston Black Food Truck Fest 2017

Houston rains didn't stop the crowds from coming out to enjoy the first annual Houston Black Food Truck Fest, presented by The Blacklist Association. The lines were forming in front of the food trucks outside the Shrine of the Black Madonna on MLK Boulevard. Guests noshed on eats from Cravin' It, Bayou City Eats, Jamaica Pondi Road, OMG! Baked Potatoes, Fleur De Lis Eatery, Texas Tornado Grill, The Lunch Bag and CC's Creole Corner. Participating purveyors also included Chicago Style Boogie's BBQ, Julia Cooks Organic, Nun & Tutz Cuisine, D'Licious Wings & Mo, Raw Food Renee and Gumbo Xpress Twisted Kitchen.
All photos by Yuri Peña.


Houston rains didn't stop the crowds from coming out to enjoy the first annual Houston Black Food Truck Fest, presented by The Blacklist Association. The lines were forming in front of the food trucks outside the Shrine of the Black Madonna on MLK Boulevard. Guests noshed on eats from Cravin' It, Bayou City Eats, Jamaica Pondi Road, OMG! Baked Potatoes, Fleur De Lis Eatery, Texas Tornado Grill, The Lunch Bag and CC's Creole Corner. Participating purveyors also included Chicago Style Boogie's BBQ, Julia Cooks Organic, Nun & Tutz Cuisine, D'Licious Wings & Mo, Raw Food Renee and Gumbo Xpress Twisted Kitchen.
All photos by Yuri Peña.
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