I think that Atlanta has had a lot of ancient rules and regulations; the city didn't have an infrastructure or the legislation in place to support a food truck industry. When we started the Atlanta Food Truck Park & Market last year we had 20 food trucks and there are now 60 to 80. [The park can hold up to 15 trucks at a time.]
Organizers are expecting record numbers of people to attend this year. So, taking the trolleys from the parking lot at Roswell City Hall to either area of the historic district - Canton Street and the Roswell Square - is encouraged.
The event, Passport to Flavors, will feature an array of the best Atlanta has to offer in street food. Your mouth will thank you for attending.
Park Square is closed off for the event on the historic town square, which includes vendors and food trucks as well as open houses at area businesses.
And now that spring is here and the food trucks are coming back out to play, you're probably licking your chops in anticipation of those mobile munchies.
New Vietnamese restaurant Viet-Nomie's food truck is waiting for permits and hopes to be operating by the beginning of March.
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The city's tentative calendar also includes some returning favorites.
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