Food trucks return to downtown Detroit this week; check out the lineup

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The Detroit News – Food trucks return to downtown Detroit’s parks Monday for the 10th year with a lineup of more than 80 rotating concepts that include returning favorites and new faces. 

David Cowan, chief public spaces officer for the Downtown Detroit Partnership, says the city received more applicants than ever for this year’s Downtown Street Eats, the program that brings food trucks and trailers to Cadillac Square and the Woodward Esplanade during weekday lunch as well as to other downtown parks on special events. 

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