For the past few years we have seen the emergence of mini foods. Whether this is a late night station complete with mini burgers or fries, to having waiters pass your favorite munchies from your favorite fast food chain on the dance floor. These are all still very great options but no reason to stop there. You can now have your favorite food truck parked right outside with your favorite items.
This can be from your favorite food truck that you and your fiancé love to dine on to some of those fabulous desserts you were planning to serve anyway. This is also a really great way to include foods to the menu that your guests normally wouldn’t try. Do remember that if your truck is showing up the last two hours of your reception, do not get enough food for 100% of your guests as most of the elderly may be gone at this time.
Here are some of the most popular Atlanta Food Trucks and their social media sites. If you have any that you absolutely love let me know and I will update it for our readers.
The Good Food Truck
Eat: Savory and sweet deliciousness. Think waffle cones filled with everything but ice cream, and crowd favorite "The Poodle," a hot dog on a French toast bun topped with apple maple slaw.
Find: On Facebook (Good Food Truck) and Twitter (@goodfoodtruck).
Eat: Korean BBQ tacos, quesadillas, burritos, hot dogs and sliders from one of the older kids on the block that people just can’t get enough of.
Find: Check the weekly schedule on its website and follow on Facebook (Yumbii) and Twitter (@yumbii).
Yum Yum Cupcake
Eat: Mouthwatering cupcakes with pretty names from a hot pink truck. We like the "Penelope" (chocolate cake with peanut butter buttercream icing and peanut butter drizzle) and the "Dorothy" (vanilla cake filled with dulce de leche and iced with dulce de leche buttercream). Flavors rotate.
Find: Check the schedule on Yum Yum’s website and follow "Pinkie" the truck on Facebook (Yum Yum Cupcake) and Twitter (@yumyumcupcake).
Eat: Tex-mex, Southern and Creole specialties like chicken green chile quesadillas, fish tacos and etouffée.
Find: Check the website for upcoming appearances and follow on Twitter (@thepickleatl).
Eat: Artisanal, hand-crafted ice cream and sorbet in flavors like bourbon butter pecan, salted caramel and mesquite chocolate. And we heard something about Coke floats and ice cream sandwiches, too.
Find: Check the website calendar to see where the truck will be and follow on Facebook (Westside Creamery) and Twitter (@wsidecreamery).
What are some of your favorite trucks? Also don’t forget you can just check the schedule and hop on over for a food tasting!
List found on City’s Best