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Restaurants - Food Carts

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Some listings are restaurants that also offer a food cart for hire. During warmer months, several street food vendors populate the downtown. Popular spots, especially at lunch time, are in front of the Federal Building (Fourth Ave. & Liberty); near 101 N. Main; near Blake Transit Center (331 S. Fourth Ave.); and near the Maynard Parking Structure (between Liberty & William). In the summer months, the Farmer's Market hosts an evening Food Truck Rally on the first Wednesday of the month. As many as 15 trucks attend. roaminghunger.com/food-trucks/mi/ann-arbor  


Mark's Carts

211 W. Washington [map]
(734) 662-8122

Courtyard with several food carts including El Manantial (central Mexican home cooking); Hut-K Chaats (Indian street food); Simply Spanish (authentic tapas); Pita Cruiser, (Mediterranean street food); Great Grilled Sandwiches, (world classics), Everest Momo, (Nepali and Tibetan), Wood Fired Up, (pizza). Open Apr. 1-Oct. 31. Mon. & Tues. lunch, Wed.-Sat. lunch & dinner; individual cart hours vary. info@markscarts.com, markscarts.com  

Under $10
$10 to $20
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Outdoor seating is available
Disability friendly
Catering available


Ricewood

1928 Packard (in rear courtyard) [map]

Rice bowls with choice of Guam-style BBQ meats, drinks & sides. Tues.-Sat. 11 a.m.-2 p.m. or until sold out. Closed Sun. & Mon. ricewoodbbq.com  

$10 to $20
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Birthday discount
10 percent
Outdoor seating is available
Disability friendly
order from car
Catering available




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