Mobile food truck Sauced Up opened at 36825 FM 1774 in late January, according to business owner Dawn Patterson. Currently operating as a mobile, wood-fired pizza trailer, Sauced Up offers Neapolitan-style pizza with vegan options. The business is slated to open a brick-and-mortar store at its current location this summer in late June. 281-627-8733. www.facebook.com/mobilewoodfired
Sauced Up mobile food truck now serving pizzas off of FM 1774 in Magnolia
Mobile food truck Sauced Up opened at 36825 FM 1774 in late January and is slated to open a brick and mortar store in the same location this summer. (Courtesy Sauced Up)
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