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New Food Truck Villages

Campus Dining always sees change as an opportunity to try something new. While renovations to Building 19, the former home of The Avenue, 805 Kitchen and Poly Deli are underway to create another state-of-the-art dining facility, two new Food Truck Villages have been opened to provide the campus with some fresh gastronomic experiences, alongside tried and true favorites.

Each village will be home to several food trucks including local favorites G. Brothers Smokehouse, G. Brothers Taqueria, SLO Dog, Jewel of India and Yogurt Creation, as well as Campus Dining’s Central Coaster and What’s Cookin’ Mobile. What’s Cookin’ is one of Campus Dining’s new food trucks, which will offer a variety of hearty and delicious tacos, nachos and tortas like the chicken mole burrito, the Baja shrimp tacos and the loaded nachos. The best part is that the menu remains consistent when it comes to your go-to favorites but changes frequently enough to keep eating on campus exciting.

The food trucks will rotate locations as well as menus, specials and limited time offers to keep options fresh.

Each village will be located near the UU to fill in for Building 19 and will have dedicated seating areas complete with Adirondack chairs and umbrellas.

One of the villages will be located on Mott Lawn, in front of Mott Athletics Center, across Mustang Way from Building 19. The second village will be located on the north end of Mustang Way near Grand Ave and North Perimeter Road.

The common areas in each village will be frequently cleaned and maintained in order to provide campus community members with the best possible experience while enjoying some of the best food in town.

Each truck will be on Grubhub to provide the highest level of convenience for busy students, faculty and staff.