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Posted on: October 29, 2015

[ARCHIVED] Food Trucks and Live Music Will Fill Nassau Bay Town Square

On Saturday, November 14th, the City of Nassau Bay will host the Nassau Bay Street Eatz Party. Several of Houston’s best local gourmet food trucks will line the Town Square from 6-10:00pm and the live music stage will feature popular country music artists.

Event admission and parking are free. The event is scheduled for Saturday, November 14, 2015 from 6-10:00pm at Nassau Bay Town Square, (1800 Space Park Drive in Nassau Bay - across from NASA and in front of the Courtyard Marriott).

A variety of popular food trucks are expected at the event, including Cousins Maine Lobster, The Sauer Kraut Food Truck, Houston’s Finest Soul Food, Nom Mi Street, D’Lish Curbside Bistro, Mingo’s Latin Kitchen, Foreign Policy, Onolicious Hawaiian Shave Ice, and Happy Baking. Beer and wine will be available for purchase, including several craft beer options from Texas Beer Refinery.

The live music stage will feature Season 6 Runner-Up of The Voice and La Porte local, Jake Worthington, and local favorite, Louis Adams.

“We are excited to bring so many popular food trucks, craft beer, live music, and entertainment to the Town Square with free admission and free parking, you just need to bring a lounge chair to relax and enjoy,” said City Manager Chris Reed.

This event is possible thanks to community sponsors: AMOCO Federal Credit Union, Texas Citizens Bank, NASA Area Management District, D’Lish Curbside Bistro, and The Food Truck Lady.

“Nassau Bay’s Town Square has become a great feature for our city and a perfect outdoor event venue. The Town Square has an ideal location off of NASA Parkway, directly across the street from the main gates of Johnson Space Center. It combines retail, restaurants, offices, a luxury apartment complex, the Courtyard by Marriott, and Nassau Bay City Hall around an art walk and open area for events to be held by blocking off a small portion of the street,” said Reed.

For more information about the Nassau Bay Street Eatz Party, please visit

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