Tag Archive for 'street food'

Food Trucks Roll Into Piedmont Park for the Atlanta Street Food Festival

Everybody! Everybody! Get’cha roll on!

Over the past year, the Atlanta food truck scene has had its hurdles. Wrought with permit issues, parking violations, and simply finding a conducive area to sell their back seat treats has been a daunting task. But never count out the little guy.


Eat St. Comes to Atlanta

Atlanta Food Truck scene…it’s time for your close up.

The Atlanta food truck scene has been piping hot for a minute now…this we know. Every week these food trucks descend upon bustling Atlanta neighborhoods to treat the public to their own brand of specialty fare. Menu items that are not only quick and hearty, but are also served out the back of a truck. Classy, right? So we couldn’t have been more happy to find out that the Food Network show Eat St. was putting down stakes in Atlanta for a 5-day stop to feature some of our city’s favorite food trucks.


Food Truck Wednesdays in Virginia Highland


Put some umph in your hump day…

You see them all over the place – Virginia Highland, Midtown, Buckhead, Atlantic Station, Woodruff Arts Center. Food trucks are increasingly present, and hopefully even more so in the future. It all seemed to start with the King of Pop’s delicious, gourmet popsicles (and with flavors like chocolate sea salt, pineapple habanero, and tangerine basil, of course they’re popular); but now, food trucks are popping up all over the city and there’s no shortage of variety: Korean style tacos from the Yumbii truck, perfectly cooked fries with numerous toppings from The Fry Guy, Southern-inspired gelato flavors from Honeysuckle Gelato’s truck, every hot dog you can imagine from The Pup Truck, delicious Venezuelan stuffed, griddled corn cakes (called Arepas) from the WOW! Truck, and so much more.


Ode to the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival

Is it May 2012 yet?

All of us here at eat. drink. repeat. had a wonderful Memorial Day weekend, and hope our readers did too. One of us celebrated a birthday, one of us got engaged, and one of us went to quite possibly the best backyard BBQ of their lives (hint: click for the answers). But collectively, we were all disappointed by one realization: there would be no groundhog’s day repeat this weekend. The Atlanta Food & Wine festival had come and gone. Read on for our ode to AF&WF and why you should definitely make plans to be there next year…


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