The new-and-improved Mission (TM®) we’ve all found ourselves living in can’t support one lesbian bar, but it can apparently support four food truck parks. SocketSite reports that the parking lot on the corner of Valencia and Cesar Chavez is slated to turn into a permanent home for food trucks:
Already home to one semi-permanent cart, plans to covert the used car lot on the northeast corner of Valencia and Ceasar Chavez into the “Valencia Food Truck Park” have been drafted and submitted to planning for review.
At the crossroads of the Valencia Street and Cesar Chavez bike corridors, the proposed park would accommodate up to seven (7) trucks at a time, with seating, bike racks and a permanent bathroom as well.
Barely a month after the opening of Duboce Truck Stop, this newest addition to the not-so-mobile mobile eatery game proves, yet again, that we still haven’t reached peak food truck.
[Photo: Google Street View]