First Friday offers attendees a chance to explore the various places and products downtown has to offer. According to Ruhm — an FOD member and co-owner of Energy Fitness, located downtown at 212 E. Main St. — the November First Friday also offered attendees a chance to give back to their community while having a good time.
More than 30 food trucks will be battling it out for the best of the best Saturday for the third annual “Nashville Street Food Awards” at Nashville Farmers Market.
Nashville’s food truck community is growing stronger all the time and there are eight new trucks participating this year for a total of 35 trucks
In August, Nashville’s stuffed-burger food truck Hoss’ Loaded Burgers celebrates its third anniversary and a brand new, second truck.
If you’re into the food truck phenomenon, you won’t want to miss a trip to Uncle Dave Macon Days this year.
Nashville Food Trucks: Stories & Recipes from the Road features the stories of how and why Nashville’s favorite food truck operators got started, as well as recipes for signature menu items.
Knoxville’s first downtown food truck served lunch for the first time Thursday under the city’s pilot program, and business was good.
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!
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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.