Friday, February 2, 1pm – 7pm
Saturday, February 3, 1pm – 7pm
Montrose is an offbeat neighborhood known for its gay bars, vintage stores and eclectic mix of eateries, which range from quaint cafes to Mexican cantinas and Mediterranean bistros. It’s also home to hip indie art galleries and the octagonal Rothko Chapel, featuring huge abstract murals by its namesake artist. With its downtown skyline views, Eleanor Tinsley Park is a popular spot for picnics and sand volleyball.
At its full capacity, Truck Alley can host a total of FIVE food trucks in a formation of two against each wall, facing each other, with an additional fifth at the back-end facing the middle of the alley. Comfortably, some one-hundred-fifty customers can stand in between this food alley.
The park itself doesn't grant customer parking, however, the entire area is allowed free street parking for local shoppers and residents. A few parking lots are present in the area for all retail and restaurant visitors as well.
The park itself doesn't have music or other activities, however, the area already takes care of that. As one of Houston's premier pedestrian-friendly areas, within walking distance there are: bars, cafes, parks, and merchandise stores.