Ultimate List of Food Trucks at 2016 Eat the Street

Ultimate List of Food Trucks at Eat the Street, Blue Monkey Shaved Ice

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.







Ate'sAte’s – Pronounced “ah-teh” serves a combo of Filipino, Hawai’ian, Japanese, Korean, and Mexican influenced foods. You’ll find things like empanadas, musubi and japanese fried chicken on their menu.

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Balkan XpressBalkan Xpress/Taste of Nature – Balkan Xpress specializes in European-American cuisine, using local grass fed meats and organic veggies from Tennessee You can order Burgers, Bureks, Chevapi, Sarma, and more.

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banh mi & roll factoryBanh Mi & Roll Factory – Offers Vietnamese street food, focused on Vietnamese style sub-sandwiches, fresh spring-rolls and more.
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Bao DownBao Down – Bao or Baozi is a steamed bun that can have many fillings whether savory or sweet.  Bao Down is excited to bring traditional flavors and a few of our own to Nashville using grass fed all natural meat and poultry sourced here in Tennessee.

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blue monkey shaved iceBlue Monkey Shaved Ice – Voted in the top 3 for “Best Food Truck” & “Best Ice Cream” in the Toast of Music City Awards reader’s poll 3 years straight, Blue Monkey serves the finest shaved ice using unique, hand crafted flavors.

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Bradley's CreameryBradley’s Curbside Creamery – Bradley’s crafts their flavors from real fruit and quality ingredients, inspired by old-fashioned Southern favorites born on the back porch.

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Bruster's Ice CreamBrusters Ice Cream – Founded in 1989, Bruster’s is a true passion project. All their ice cream is made  in small batches in their Brentwood store, so that their ice cream is always fresh and delicious.


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



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