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Koagie Hots Lovers: The Montrose Neighborhood Offers A Variety Of Flavors

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By Tara Scott-Johnson, Trulia

Montrose, the “Heart of Houston,” is a great residential neighborhood with a relatively low crime rate, above average median income, an easy commute to downtown Houston, and most importantly – great food. Currently, the average list price of homes in Montrose are in the mid $600s and the average Houston rental home is priced at $2600 per month.

Montrose is a diverse neighborhood comprised of mostly college educated, single people including artists, musicians, and the LGBTQ community. Vintage, second-hand shops and restaurants line the streets of Montrose Boulevard and Westheimer Road. One of the most popular restaurants on Westheimer Road is The Cooking Channel’s – Carnival Eats featured Koagie Hots food truck.

What is Koagie Hots?

Koagie Hots, the original food truck of the Houston Hots food truck family, has earned the title of “Best Korean Food Truck in Houston.” Their signature “Koagie” starts with a fresh french baguette loaded with marinated Korean BBQ, kimchi, onions, aioli, and provolone or cheez whiz. Their unique spin on the Korn Dog is definitely worth a taste too. Montrose residents will find Koagie Hots at their regular late night spot located at 1424 Westheimer Road.

Do you have a party or special event planned? Let Koagie Hots come to you. They will cater your party with their award-winning menu or a custom menu created just for your event. Koagie Hots is serving the best mobile Korean influenced cheesesteaks and hot dogs in Houston, hands down.

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