Ultimate List of Food Trucks at 2016 Eat the Street

Steaming Goat

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.







Pig N Pit BBQPig N Pit BBQ – With a creative twist on smoking meats, Pig N Pit uses a specific blend of woods chosen for their smooth and sweet flavors, delivering meat with unique flair. No electric smokers or pellets here, just the unadulterated flavor of good ol’ southern BBQ.

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puckett's trolleyPuckett’s Trolley – Puckett’s Trolley is a food truck eatery—affectionately nicknamed Ms. Trolley Parton by her fans—that offers made-to-order bites from its renovated and historic mobile venue.

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Retro Sno Retro Sno– Nashville’s original shaved ice food truck. Voted People’s Choice Award in 2012. Retro Sno has brought back the snow cone with creativity and 100% pure cane sugar.



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Smoke Et AlSmoke Et Al – Exploiting real wood smoke and other flavoring techniques; chef/owner Shane Autrey’s Smoke Et Al brings unique, local, and creative fare alongside competition quality, Memphis-style ribs to the Music City streets.

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smokin buttsSmokin Buttz – Smokin’ Buttz is a mobile food trailer that offers the best smoked meats around!

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steaming goatSteaming Goat – The Steaming Goat brings hot steamy sandwiches to Nashville. You will never go hungry with their ever changing menu of creative sandwiches and homemade sides.

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



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