Friday, September 28, 2012

New fall lineup at Atlanta Food Truck Park

Posted By on Fri, Sep 28, 2012 at 3:44 PM

Food trucks. Who doesn't love them? There's nothing like walking up to the window of a handsomely decorated mobile truck and being greeted by Friendly Joe or Jane or both Joe and Jane. Every now and then, you get flashbacks to when you were a kid running to the ice cream truck, clutching a fistful of nickles, dimes, and quarters. Now instead of a popsicle, you're holding a beer in one hand and a burger in the other. Life does get better with age.

Atlanta Food Truck Park & Market pays homage to the intangible effect of food trucks. Named as this year's Best Evolution for Food Trucks, Atlanta Food Truck Park & Market has been a key factor in this year's food truck craze.

This season, Atlanta Food Truck Park & Market is introducing an autumn programming series. Offered in conjunction with their daily food trucks, the series will provide an added element to the park. The weekly programming includes:

Thursday — School Spirit Day with discounts for students and school faculty
Guests with a valid student ID will receive a special incentive from participating food trucks, including a discount or complimentary item with purchase.

Saturday — Farmers Market with items from local merchants, farmers and artisans
The park hosts local merchants, farmers and artisans who sell their respective quality goods to park attendees.

Sunday — Jazz Brunch with the Jazz Tribe Band
Join the Jazz Tribe Band as they graze on the food truck offerings and enjoy live music. Remember, the park has a BYOB policy, so take advantage of it!

With the park's BYOB policy, its daily food trucks, and now its new autumn programming series, Atlanta Food Truck Park & Market seems to be doing all the right things.

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