Gilbert Food Truck Court to Re-Launch This Friday, Jan. 18

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East Valley street food aficionados may have been missing their regular fix of late. If you made it out to last weekend's Street Eats Food Truck Festival you know what we're talking about.

Well, Gilbert-ites, there's hope for you yet. The Gilbert Food Truck Court will re-launch this Friday - and their 13-truck line-up is nothing to ignore.

See also: - Street Eats Food Truck Festival, Day One: Shorter Lines, Better Organized Than Last Year, and We Share Our Favorite (and Not So Favorite) Tastes - Street Eats Food Truck Festival at Salt River Fields 2013: Day One (Slideshow) - Chow Bella's One-Stop Guide to Metro Phoenix Food Trucks: When and Where to Find Them

The weekly food truck round up will re-launch after a holiday hiatus on Friday at Heritage Square, 344 North Gilbert Road, from 5 to 9 p.m. They'll also be out on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Each event will feature between four and six trucks with Friday's line-up including Hao Boa, SuperFarm SuperTruck, Liberty's Biscuits and Sandra Dee's Catering.

The complete list of rotating trucks:

Gourmet Command Center Super Farms Super Trucks Udder Delights Liberty's Biscuits Sandra Dee's Catering Paletas Bettys JG Superweenie's Rockin' Ray's Hoa Boa Satay Hut Chef Genie Lulu's Italian Ice Q-Up BBQ

If you're headed out to Gilbert for the Saturday event, you'll also find more trucks at the nearby Gilbert Farmers Market. For more food truck events, check out our metro Phoenix food truck guide.

For more updates about the Gilbert Food Truck Court visit their Facebook page.

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