The Houston Museum District is certainly one of the city's most visited neighborhoods. Hundreds and sometimes thousands of people make their way through the museums and cultural institutions that comprise the district each day. But unlike other Houston neighborhoods where great eateries are on every corner, the dining options inside the district are far from plentiful.

A new program at the Museum of Fine Art, Houston aims to change that. MFAH is partnering with local food trucks to bring some of the city's most interesting "street food" to the district on a daily basis.

Starting this week, at least one food truck will be stationed in the lot adjacent to the entrance to the MFAH's Lillie and Hugh Roy Cullent Sculpture Garden from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., seven days a week. There will even be limited seating inside the garden at Montrose Boulevard and Bissonnet Street.