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New food cart pod welcomed: Battle Ground Station opens with 7 of 10 slots taken

Owner says full occupancy expected by early summer

By Shari Phiel, Columbian staff writer
Published: May 10, 2024, 6:08am
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Arthur Colunga of Battle Ground, left, and his wife, Lyndsey, grab a bite to eat Thursday while enjoying the outdoor seating area at the new Battle Ground Station food cart pod on Main Street. At top, a customer picks up an order from Bobablastic in Battle Ground on Thursday morning.
Arthur Colunga of Battle Ground, left, and his wife, Lyndsey, grab a bite to eat Thursday while enjoying the outdoor seating area at the new Battle Ground Station food cart pod on Main Street. At top, a customer picks up an order from Bobablastic in Battle Ground on Thursday morning. (Photos by Amanda Cowan/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

BATTLE GROUND — The number of dining options in Battle Ground grew quickly Monday with the long-awaited opening of Battle Ground Station, the city’s new food truck pod.

“We’ve been way busier than expected,” said John Betts, co-owner of Brunch’d.

Once only found in urban areas, food carts have brought street-food culture into suburban and rural areas.

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