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Catching up at the Commons: Food Truck Food Court edition

City Editor Hanna hit up the Columbus Commons with her microphone in hand to interview people enjoying the Food Court experience.

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Be ready to wait in line for at least 10 minutes due to large crowds. | Photo by CBUStoday

Hanna, here. After visiting the Food Truck Food Court at the Columbus Commons, I felt such a sense of community. Everyone was happily mingling, enjoying the sunshine, and choosing which local food truck they’d be eating for lunch.

I talked with many people at the Commons, ranging from corporate workers to vendors at the Pearl Market (which operates every Thursday during the Food Court) and even an intern helping out at the Veggie Van.

Check out our interview to see which food trucks have the most fans and what folks really think about the weekly gathering.

Looking to try it for yourself? It’s open every Thursday through October from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Some of the food truck options include Taesty’s, Fetty’s, and Zaki. I parked in the Columbus Commons Main Garage at 55 E. Rich St., and there were plenty of open spaces.

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