After some long and unexplained delays, the Food Truck Park is now open in Disney Springs. It is located next to Bongo’s Cuban Café, not far from the Westside Starbucks and Splitsville bowling alley.

The park is the permanent home for Disney’s food trucks. It provides limited seating as well as a spot for live entertainment and very nice views of the water.

The Sunshine Highline, or the upper deck, now seems to be complete in this area and contains greenery. Original concept photos of the deck showed people on top of it, but at least for now there is no way to get up and onto the deck.

Let’s take a look:

This section of the Sunshine Highline overhang appears to be finished, but there is no access to the top level.

This section of the Sunshine Highline overhang appears to be finished, but there is no access to the top level.

The Food Truck Park overs a bit of seating, including stand-up tables.

The Food Truck Park offers a bit of seating, including stand-up tables.

The Park has plenty of concrete, but there are some plants too.

The Park has plenty of concrete, but there are some plants too.

World Showcase of Flavors is like the Epcot Food and Wine Festival on wheels.

World Showcase of Flavors is like the Epcot Food and Wine Festival on wheels.

Namaste Cafe.

Namaste Cafe.

Who doesn't love Samosas?

Who doesn’t love Samosas?

No salute to Poland would be complete without pierogies!

No salute to Poland would be complete without pierogies!

Grass-fed beef sliders - yum!

Grass-fed beef sliders – yum!

Do you like the new Food Tuck Park at Disney Springs?