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Charleston has more than 150 operating food trucks. A few of them will gather daily at a new food truck village space on Meeting Street. File/staff

At the end of the month, a few new lunch options will be available downtown.

Three to six alternating food trucks, pulled from Charleston's pool of more than 150 operating food trucks, will gather from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays  between Spring and Columbus streets.

Located at 445 Meeting Street, the site is designed to meet the casual, midday dining needs of neighborhood residents, students, out-of-town visitors and workers.

The new outdoor dining space is called the Meeting Street Eats food truck village and is ramping up for a Sept. 30 opening. It was designed in collaboration with Mount Pleasant-based designer Elizabeth Stuart and inspired by the flourishing food truck village scene in Austin, Texas.

The pet-friendly venue, with limited parking and seating for those who want to stay a while, will be available for evening and weekend event rentals.

Follow Meeting Street Eats on Instagram and Facebook to track who’s serving what daily. For additional information, email

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Reach Kalyn Oyer at 843-371-4469. Follow her on Twitter @sound_wavves.

Kalyn Oyer is a Charleston native who covers arts and entertainment for The Post and Courier's Thursday edition, Charleston Scene. She used to write about music for the Charleston City Paper and Scene SC.