The Wolfe it Down Food Court hosted its official grand opening on Friday. It’s located in the parking lot of Wolfe Lighting & Accents at 250 W Main St. in Rexburg.

Customers bought food from different vendors, including Tony’s Tacos Al Pastor and Kona’s Ice Cream and Smoothies, and grooved with the music provided by a DJ.

The DJ dropped the beats while people in line danced. A few people even danced in the middle of the parking lot connected to the Wolfe Lighting and Accents store.

“I just like it,” said Raegan Moore, a sophomore studying psychology at BYU-Idaho. “It’s good.”

Scott Zasadzinski, a junior studying graphic design at BYU-I, explained how he experiences great customer service from his visits with vendors. Vendors come over and talk to their customers and serve them their food.

“I love this place,” Zasadzinski said. “It’s so good, especially the barbecue place.”

A picture of the Kingdom of Pho and Park's Place Smokehouse. Photo credit: Rose Jones.
A picture of the Kingdom of Pho and Park’s Place Smokehouse. Photo credit: Rose Jones.

The food court is open Monday through Saturday.

Vendors sell things such as pizza, Thai food, Vietnamese food, barbeque, smoothies, tacos and desserts. During the grand opening, there were around eight vendors ready to serve people.

“I love how small it is,” said Natasha Vargas, a senior studying illustration at BYU-I. “More than half of the time we are able to just sit here and enjoy the food.”

Customers at the Wolfe it Down food court. Photo credit: Rose Jones.
Customers at the Wolfe it Down food court. Photo credit: Rose Jones.