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Your Guide to the Atlanta Food Truck Scene

Is Atlanta a food truck city? We’re getting there.

Photographs by Caroline C. Kilgore

Think of food truck cultures, and cities like Portland and Austin and Los Angeles come to mind. Not Atlanta. Blame antiquated vending laws and slow-moving government officials. But six years since people like Greg Smith (an attorney and president of the Atlanta Street Food Coalition) and Carson Young (owner of Yumbii, Atlanta’s first permitted food truck) started pushing legislators, we’re finally seeing some major changes for the better. They can’t come soon enough.

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  1. Foodie posted on 07/09/2014 10:36 PM
    Well it is clear that this writer has no idea what they are talking about... 3 out of this list of five are not is existence anymore. Not only that but how can you make a best of list without eating from all of the trucks in atlanta?! This is just a list of the five best trucks that happen to be at the atlanta food truck park the same day as the writer... I do agree that mighty meatball should be up here, but come on guys! Do your homework
    1. Real Foodie posted on 07/16/2014 04:45 PM
      @Foodie All of the top 5 still exist... and they are all delicious!
  2. Denise Nash posted on 07/10/2014 09:53 AM
    Mighty Meatballs Rocks!!! These guys are the best! I've hired them on set twice and the cast and crew loved them!!!!!
  3. paula posted on 07/14/2014 05:48 PM
    So true.. There are many great food trucks around the city..Nana Gs Chicken & Waffles are one of them ;-)
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