There’s something on the menu for everyone, such as BBQ Nachos with fresh pulled pork, tortilla chips, signature sauce, jalapenos, and a dusting of their very own bbq rub (seasoning) to Pop’s BBQ Parfait which consists of a bbq meal in one cup, along with the all-popular Mesquite Grilled Chicken Wraps with artisan jalapeno mayo!
The events are free, but $50 VIP tickets are available for the marathon viewing party, with brunch catered by Riffs Fine Street Food, two drink tickets and a special seating area.
The trucks seemed to start at the Farmers’ Market in downtown Knoxville and from there began popping up around the city with locations and days posted on their social media sites.
And Nashville, we are lucky to have a pizza connoisseur that was born and bred in Brooklyn bringing the most LEGIT New York Style slices to our city. And even better, they are now going mobile.
Food truck fans have four chances to appear on the Cooking Channel show while they film. Be sure to arrive before noon each day. Lunch is served from noon-2 p.m.
Twenty-plus food trucks surrounded the edge of the park in the same footprint as the weekly Musicians Corner site to feed the masses and compete in 10 competitive categories.
Pita Pit offers a variety of meats, cheeses, vegetables and sauces that customers choose to be wrapped in thin pita bread. The concept of the mobile location is similar to that of the brick-and-mortar spaces.
The corner of Union Avenue and Walnut Street were lined with delicious food from area food trucks for the monthly 'Food Truck Block Party'.
It’s not just about a food truck or smoothies. It’s about making better choices, and there’s a whole network of people within the community trying to do just that. We just want to help make these healthy alternatives more seamless for the community
Nashville food trucks will head south Saturday for the second annual Great Food Truck Festival.