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.
Four and Twenty Blackbirds – Four and Twenty Blackbirds provides globally inspired comfort foods. From grilled cheese to Poutine, hand cut fries, hearty seasonal salads and classic sandwiches with a gourmet twist.
Funk Seoul Brothers – As an expression for chef/owner B.J. Lofback’s extreme love of Asian cuisines, Funk Seoul Brother is the accumulation of the best of the riffs that were made popular by Riffs Fine Street Food truck since its inception in 2011.
This latest endeavor solely focuses on Korean and Japanese street food both leaning authentic and the reimagined. Funk Seoul Brother features such menu items as Korean BBQ Tacos and Sushi Burritos!
Hoss’ Loaded Burgers – Hoss starts with 1/3lb of 100% local grass-fed beef, then stuff it full of cheese and top it with fresh, flavorful toppings and sauces. They were voted 2012 Nashville Street Food Awards “Best Food Truck Burger” and placed 2nd in the Nashville Battle of the Burger 2014 & 2015.
Itty Bitty Donuts – Serves hot, delicious, made-to-order mini donuts. They offer a variety of specialty sugars, as well as their famous Donut Sundaes which feature a wide assortment of appetizing toppings.
Jay’s Chicago – Maybe you are from Chicago and miss a real Vienna Beef Hotdog. Perhaps, you visited Chicago and crave the best hotdogs on the planet. Or, you heard about Chicago hotdogs and would like to try one for the first time. A real Chicago culinary experience is the goal of Jay’s Chicago.
Julia’s Home Styles Bakery – Julia’s bakes fresh daily uses only the finest and fresh ingredients. You can find their brick-and-mortar store in Murfreesboro.
Ken’s Hot Spot – serving hot chicken, as well as other food items for those who don’t love really spicy food.
Don’t miss Eat the Street May 6th from 5p-10p at Bicentennial Park in Franklin.
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