Food trucks return this week to the former downtown ephemeral park


The food trucks are returning to the former ephemeral park in the city center. The ICT Pop-Up City Park used to have food trucks during lunch. It brought good crowds and life to an area that needed it. Unfortunately the park closed in August 2020.

The space at 121 E. Douglas has been redesigned as Chainlink Gallery Location, an experiential space intended to serve as an oasis for creative pursuits located in the heart of downtown Wichita. They have a community mural, rock painting, great outdoor games, markets, art exhibits, and live music.

Starting April 11, Chainlink Gallery Place will be open for lunch Monday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

For the first week, Osakaeki ICT is serving Japanese street food and Taqueria El Vago’s authentic Mexican food truck will be there all week. Go eat some great food, paint on the community wall, take a midday swing on their swing that kinetically powers a chicken sculpture, or play ping pong.

More information can be found on their Facebook page.

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