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Tag: Atlanta

City Councilman Inviting Street Food Vendors To Atlanta

City Councilman Kwanza Hall wants more street food vendors in Atlanta. He, along with Fulton County Commissioner Joan Garner, met with potential vendors Saturday.

Atlanta: Street Food Vendors Now a One-Stop-Shop

You can now find your favorite street cars, or even carts set up outside the Woodruff Arts Center every Thursday until October.

Atlanta: Street Food Movement Gains Strength

City and county officials are hosting a public discussion of street food this Saturday. Meanwhile, a new Street Food Thursdays series starts in Midtown.

New Food Truck Alert! Tex’s Tacos is TexMex on Wheels

Tex’s Tacos is preparing to hit the ground running (cruising?) in a new food truck dishing out tacos, quesadillas, loaded fries and more. The cuisine, which they’ve dubbed “Nueva Texicana,” will focus on fresh, homemade ingredients and updated takes on classics.

Atlanta: High-Tech, Stainless-Steel Kitchen on Wheels

Tomas Lee and his self-described “hole-in-the-wall” restaurant Hankook Taqueria on Collier Road have been featured in The New York Times and on Food Network’s “The Best Thing I Ever Ate” with Alton Brown is taking his Korean-style tacos to the streets.

Atlanta: Urban Picnic at Sweet Auburn Market, March 12

The first Urban Picnic of 2011 will take place at the Sweet Auburn Curb Market on Saturday, March 12, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. with food trucks and street food vendors offering samples of their new culinary treats.

Atlanta’s Street Food Movement Still Tied Up in Red Tape

On Feb. 19, Fulton County health officials tapped the brakes on Poncey-Highland's growing reputation as a hot spot for street food after they shut down two popular vendors over permitting issues.

Mobile Marketing — Old School! (video)

This shows how the Good Food Truck of Atlanta, GA is building a movement of passionate fans … even when they’re literally mobile!

Atlanta: Fulton County Responds To Street Food Shutdown

The Fulton County Office of Environmental Health — a division within the Department of Health & Wellness — issued a press release explaining its shuttering of three mobile food operations in Poncey-Highland yesterday.

Atlanta: Food Truck Owners Seek Room to Grow

Advocates for Atlanta’s burgeoning street food scene say it has the potential to grow five to 10 times its current size and could become an economic driver that puts hundreds of local residents to work.

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