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Admit it, your secret lifelong dream has always been to be a roadie. It's cool, no one's judging you. To tour around the world and be apart of the band or music group you love is an amazing once-in-a-lifetime experience that anyone would want to do.

Sooner or later reality sets in and you realize that dream is just that, a dream. There's no way you can hit the road, hang out backstage, and all those other cool things. How can you, when you now have a full-time job, bills, a family, and basically tons of responsibilities? Well, maybe you still can.

Food truck frenzy has swept the nation, making a big mark in Houston. Already a city filled with food trucks serving mainly Mexican street foods, a new crop of trucks have emerged turning the non-adventurous into an instant fan of food on wheels.

Want duck wings? There's a truck for that. How about a pork belly taco? There's a truck serving that too. Houston has a growing number of mobile food vendors serving gourmet dishes that are affordably priced and most of all, convenient. The newest addition to the band of trucks is Roadie, a truck serving simple yet refined foods that many non-foodies are becoming introduced to, and it's the creation of Central Market.

Roadie has been up and running since the end of October serving epicurean offerings weekly. Located in the parking lot of Central Market, the truck's menu include dishes that are between $2 - $7. Customers can order foods to satisfy their taste for something savory like the Maxed Out Thai Curry-braised Pork Sandwich for $6 (Thai curry-braised pork shoulder that's shredded and Stuffed into a Hawaiian bun with housemade slaw, sriracha mayo, and manghost chutney) or the $6 Which Came First? Chicken and Waffles (grilled chicken breast, bacon, Swiss cheese, and maple-bacon-onion marmalade sandwiched between waffles). Have a sweet tooth? Central Market's new food truck offers sweets such as the Roadie Cookie, a gooey marshmallow, peanut butter, and chocolate cookie for $2.

So food truck fans can still have it all, be a roadie and still keep their day jobs. "Go on the road" and rock out with a short rib sandwich or any of the gourmet foods served Wednesday through Sunday. Roadie's operating hours are from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 8 p.m, Wednesday through Friday, and 11:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. on the weekends.





Join the band and other local food trucks Thursday, November 10


Change those lunch plans of sitting in the lunch room at work and venture out to Central Market. Roadie will have a extended lunch service from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m., celebrating their opening. Joining them are two of Houston's favorite food trucks, Phamily Bites and Eatsie Boys. Each offers something different, be it Vietnamese fare or American classics with a twist along with gourmet ice cream.







Central Market Roadie Food Truck
3815 Westheimer (Central Market parking lot)
Houston, TX 77027



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