5 Atlanta Food Trucks Worth a Drive

  • Nana G's Truck

    Photo credit: Nana G's Chicken & Waffles, Facebook

Looking for a quick and inexpensive way to try hot new Atlanta cuisine? Food trucks are the perfect solution! You don’t even have to wander the streets looking for them because most post their location ahead of time, and many can be found in food truck parks.

Food trucks are making a big splash in Atlanta, and here are five that are worth a visit!

Pressed For Time Paninis

Photo credit: Pressed for Time Paninis
Photo credit: Pressed for Time Paninis

Launched in 2012, Pressed for Time Paninis has lots of experience in giving their guests the best food truck experience they can. Using the freshest Atlanta-sourced ingredients means you get the best.

What to Try: Bulgogi marinated flank steak with a rice vinegar slaw and kimchi spread on a baguette

Dogs on Wheels

Photo from Dogs on Wheels, Facebook
Photo from Dogs on Wheels, Facebook

Dogs On Wheels is a step in time to old New York glamour. Enjoy your chargrilled dog while listening to the nostalgic tunes of Frank Sinatra, Billie Holiday, and Lena Horne.

What to Try: The Chicago Dog with a chargrilled dog on a poppy seed bun with tomatoes, onions, relish, pickle spear, sport pepper, mustard and a dash of celery salt.

The Fry Guy

Photo credit: The Fry Guy
Photo credit: The Fry Guy

French fries are awesome on their own, but The Fry Guy elevates that perfection with tasty and innovative toppings.

What to Try: Bangkok Fries with Thai peanut sauce, curry mayo, white onion, peanut crumbles, and green onion.

Nana G’s Chicken & Waffles (pictured above)

Having celebrated her 102nd birthday, (75 years spent cooking), Nana G knows a thing or two about chicken and waffles.

What to Try: The Papa G’s is a bacon-infused Belgian waffle with well-seasoned chicken strips and hot syrup.

Deep South Biscuit Co.

Photo credit: Deep South Biscuit Co., Facebook
Photo credit: Deep South Biscuit Co., Facebook

Known for their “from scratch” gourmet biscuit sandwiches, Deep South Biscuit Co. serves tender flaky biscuits AND some Southern sides not to be missed.

What to Try: Their Mac & Cheese Deluxe is packed with Spanish chorizo, three different cheeses, and topped with crispy kale and salt & vinegar potato chips.

Or, See What’s Parked at the Park

If you’re looking for “one stop shopping,” head to the Atlanta Food Truck Park & Event Center located right off I-75 on 1850 Howell Mill Road.

Bragging over a dozen food trucks, the Atlanta Food Truck Park & Event Center has a great community feel with local artists displaying their wares, fresh produce for sale and, of course, lots of great food.

Jennifer Hill Booker

Chef Jennifer Hill Booker wears many hats in the culinary world, as a Le Cordon Blue-Paris certified chef, cookbook author, reality TV personality, culinary educator and business owner. She is a Georgia Grown Executive Chef for the Georgia Department of Agriculture, the Culinary Explorer for, the founder of Southern Divas of the New South™ Dinner Series, and currently sits on the James Beard Foundation Food Waste Advisory Council. Chef Jennifer is a member of the 2018 No Kid Hungry Atlanta Society as well as a member of the 2018 AF&WF Advisory Council.