It's the end of the month so it's time for H&8th and friends to populate Midtown
September's last Friday is tomorrow, meaning the H&8th night market and friends will unleash a fleet of food trucks on Midtown.
H&8th, which starts at NW 6 and Hudson and continues up to NW 10 with a branch at NW 7 that extends to Walker will welcome the following trucks in its designated space: Huey’s Shaved Ice, Taste of Soul, Chick N Wangs, Cornish Smokehouse, Pagoda Pizza, Big O’s Pork and Dreams, Let’s Do Greek, Kaiteki Ramen, La Gumbo YaYa, Ciao Wagon, The Loaded Bowl, Lalo’s Taco Chop, 2 Brother’s Bistro, Cafe Bella on Wheels, Off the Hook, Smokin’ Okies, Epic Pops, El Reno Onion Burgers,Big Truck Tacos, Back Door BBQ. Sizzle N Spice,Phill Me Up. Mexiasian Fusion, C-N-D Chicken on a Stick.
Over at Art on 8th and Walker, prepare to meet a baby kangaroo along with a couple of food trucks, some shopping and live music. Art on 8th and Walker joined the fray back in April.
Industry Flea, which was born at the begining of the March-to-October for 2015 run will feature local vendors at the corner of NW 10 Street and Hudson Avenue. Bleu Garten will have a full compliment of trucks lined up.
Eats on 8th is back for its second edition. Participating trucks include MT Express, St. Paddy's Cakes, Kona Ice, Big
Shorty's, OKCity Grill, Sweets & Eats, Icy Paradise, and Arbuckle Mountain Fried Pies, The Galley
Soul Food & More, Margarita Mama's, Czech Delights, Norma's Pupuseria y Taqueria, Lady Di's Diner, and Pitchfork Kitchen.
All of the participating street festivals will offer various retail vendors and bathrooms. Parking is every man for him. There is no cost to attend any of the events. The fun begins at 6 p.m. and carries on until 11.