LSU Students Start New Term With Food Truck On Campus

BATON ROUGE, LA – Students were greeted with more than just syllabuses and new professors on the first day of classes on Monday when Taco Churro’s food truck stayed parked near the side of Lockett Hall facing Fieldhouse Drive, giving students more on-campus food options.

Owned by Triple B’s Cajun Corner, a New Orleans-based catering company, the food truck has been a concession staple at University sporting events, and now Taco Churro’s offers Mexican cuisine on campus during the week. Taco Churro’s cashier Becky Duncan said the food truck has a contract with the University and plans to stay open five days a week from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m during the school year. A second food truck is set to open in a few weeks.

Although the food truck will be around all year, Duncan said its location is subject to change.

“Everything is just trial and error today,” Duncan said.

Though Taco Churro’s does not take Paw Points or Tiger Cash, it plans to offer those payment options later this semester.

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2014-08-26T05:58:52+00:00 By |Off the Wire|

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