Poi Dog plate lunches will set you back around $6 and include an entrée - such as smoky Kalua pork or sweet and savory Shoyu chicken - two scoops of white rice and a side of macaroni salad. There are occasional limited-run entrées; we really dug the special-order Mochi Nori chicken, fried with the classic Japanese rice cake and seaweed.
Severe thunderstorms and a tornado watch prompted the cancellation of last week's start for the downtown Alpharetta event, but the forecast is much better this week.
Thursday night will be the first food truck event in the parking lot off Old Roswell Street, while Main Street will close on Friday and Saturday for the arts event.
We’ll have everything from fresh, natural, local and organic cuisine to southwestern, Venezuelan, Puerto Rican, cheese steaks, meatballs, cupcakes [and] gelato. There really is going to be a very big product offering for people to come sample and taste
Alpharetta City Council plans to test how a "Food Truck Thursdays" event works for four weeks as its staff works to find a firm to run the weekly event if it proves successful in the city's eyes.
Every Friday Roots in Alpharetta features an article on food and dining in a series called Foodie Friday.
The city plans to model its events after Smyrna's successful "Smyrna Food Truck Tuesdays. Each event would include food trucks offering varing cuisine each week with music and beverages.