Friends Don’t let Friends go to Evening Courses Hungry

“What do you feel like for dinner?”

The dreaded question that everyone treats like a game of hot potato, “I don’t know, what do you feel like for dinner?”


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Rice Housing and Dining has a solution for your dinner dilemma. Monday through Friday from 5:30-8 p.m. a Houston food truck will be parked on the Mudd Building Loop Road between the Mudd Building and Hamman Hall (numbers 55 and 29 on the campus map). The weekly schedule features a variety of cuisine.

Fall schedule:
Aug. 26 – Dec. 20, 5:30 – 8 p.m.
Monday: Yummy’z Kitchen
Tuesday: MuSubi Vietnamese
Wednesday: The Waffle Bus
Thursday: Churrasco Grill Brazilian
Friday: Chi’Lantro BBQ Korean

This option offers an even more perfectly tailored solution for those attending evening courses from the Glasscock School of Continuing Studies. Swing by before your 7 p.m. lecture on Sustainability and pick up a croissant burger from Yummy’z. And really, who can fathom the scope of neuroscience on an empty stomach? You would fare much better after a Brazilian sandwich from Churrasco Grill Brazilian. If you’ll already be on campus for “The Iliad of Homer,” why not get a nutella and banana waffle sandwich from The Waffle Bus on the way? Each truck offers enough variety that you can easily revisit the menus throughout the session. “You, Too, Can Draw!” (probably better) after a Vietnamese coffee from MuSuBi.

So the next time you’re pondering the age-old question, instead of floundering in over-visited options, try something new! See you on campus soon. I’ll be having the Banh Mi Burger from Chi’lantro with some kimchi fries.

Laura Bailey


Laura Bailey, Marketing Coordinator

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