Queen City Food Truck Court To Premier In West Chester, OH
CINCINNATI, OH — The Queen City Mobile Food Truck Association announced plans on Wednesday to open greater Cincinnati’s first and only dedicated food truck lot. The Queen City Food Truck Court will feature over 60,000 square feet of space and will be located just off interstate 75 and Tylersville Road. Already dubbed, “The Queen’s Court” by local food truck operators, the queen’s court will be located at the former Sunoco gas station at the corner of Tylersville Road and Tyler’s Place. The address is 7782 Tyler place, West Chester, OH.
The queen’s court will feature over a dozen local street food vendors operating Tuesday thru Saturday for both lunch and dinner options. Lunch hours will be from 11am to 4pm and dinner hours will be from 4pm to 9pm. The queen’s court will also feature a covered outdoor dining area as well as an indoor seating area for patrons if weather is bad.
Future plans for the court include a stage for live music & performances on weekends as well as private event space for up to 50 people. Local food truck owners & operators can rent space on a daily, weekly or monthly basis. The queen’s court will offer a diverse choice of local street food options for patrons. Trucks will rotate on a regular basis. The queen city food truck court plans to open on October 5, 2018.
The queen’s court is open to any licensed mobile food truck operation including trailers, carts & trucks. The queen’s court includes access to public restrooms, electrical hook up for mobile units, water, a sanitizing facility for food truck vendors and on-site cold and dry food storage for food truck vendors.
For more information can contact The Queen City Mobile Food Truck Association founder and President, Anthony Lange or visit www.QueenCityFoodTruckCourt.com