Florinda’s –This is a brand new food truck, opening in Franklin. They offer Tex-Mex menu filled with enchiladas. salad. fresh fruit. beans. salsa. guacamole. You can also find aqua fresca and mexican coke.
Grilled Cheeserie-Established in 2010, the cheesy goodness truck has a following often making it one of the most popular trucks at any event. Your basic grilled cheese comes in a variety of options from sweet to savory.
Freebirds-At Freebirds, they only use fresh ingredients to make your favorite meals in our kitchen, daily. From slow-simmered carnitas and hand-chopped veggies to flavorful salsas, sauces and dressings, there’s nothing frozen here. Just fresh, honest goodness.
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.
Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream – Ice cream made from the ground up with milk from grass-grazed cows and whole ingredients that Jeni’s blends, bakes, peels, chops, skin, pulverize, and blowtorch themselves. Free from flavorings, chemical dyes, or off-the-shelf ice cream mixes. They cut no corners, take no shortcuts and the proof is in the taste.
King Tut’s – A brand new Nashville food truck who describes themselves as “Egyptian Fare with New York Flair.”
Kona Ice Truck –Serving shaved ice with an assortment of flavors giving you the opportunity to create a custom creation.
Don’t miss Eat the Street May 5th from 5p-10p at Bicentennial Park in Franklin.
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