Eat the Street, Franklin’s food truck-themed fundraiser, returns for its fifth run on May 6th at Bicentennial Park in Franklin. The event features over 40 food trucks, live music and benefits the 21st Drug Court. Attendees are encouraged to bring folding chairs or blankets for picnic style dining. Browse through all the food trucks by clicking below. If more food vendors are announced, we will add them to our list.

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CalifarmiaCalifarmia-A “Farm-to-Truck”, Califarmia partners with local farmers to produce a California fusion of American, Asian, and Mexican flavors, featuring tacos, burgers an more.

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cousins maine lobsterCousins Maine Lobster– Maine lobster in Music City? That’s what Cousins does. They bring fresh, authentic Maine Seafood to 12 cities and just recently started a Nashville food truck. You can get lobster rolls, lobster quesadilla and even lobster tots!

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Crepe A DiemCrepe A Diem-A unique award winning food truck serving French Street Food, featuring sweet & savory crêpes, andwiches, and more, using local quality ingredients.

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Dan's Gourmet Mac & CheeseDan’s Gourmet Mac&Cheese-Artisan mac & cheese truck with 6 varieties of delicious, all-natural takes on America’s favorite comfort food.

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Electric SlidersElectric Sliders-Serving mouthwatering 3oz sliders. They’e got beef patties, chicken and a pulled pork slider called “Piggy Stardust” (pimento cheese, fried pickled onions with bourbon, balsamic BBQ sauce) that sounds delicious!

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Ellie's Old Fashioned DoughnutsEllie’s Old Fashioned Doughnuts-A staple of The Franklin Farmer’s Market, Ellie’s doughnuts are fluffy and delicious. They make everything from cinnamon & sugar to maple glazed to chocolate and strawberry doughnuts. We can’t wait to see what they have at Eat the Street.

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Et Voila Bistro & BakeryEt Voila Bistro & Bakery-Born & raised in France, Executive Chef Alain Treville has now moved to Nashville & has started his food truck career with Et Voila, offering patrons a true French culinary experience. Get baguettes with everything from the Salad Chèvre Croustillant to the foie gras, pates, charcuterie and sandwiches, brioche and pastries.

 

Don’t miss Eat the Street May 6th  from 5p-10p at Bicentennial Park in Franklin.

 

 

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