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Food trucks rolling through Nashville

We’re always dishing on Music City’s food scene, and here’s where you can park it to indulge in the many food trucks that play a big part in it.

Someone holds up a to-go container with four quesadilla slices in it in front of several parked food trucks.

Califarmia rolls all over, but you can find the truck at the Franklin Farmers Market every Saturday. | Photo by NASHtoday

Nashville’s dining scene is constantly on the move — no, really. It can be hard to keep up with the many food trucks serving Music City.

Luckily, taste testing is one of our unofficial hobbies. So, we’ve got all the delectable details on 10 mobile eateries around town, plus advice on how to track them down.

Note: This list is not comprehensive + we always recommend checking online to confirm locations before heading out, as these details can be rather fluid.

Two food trucks are parked in an empty lot and you can see the roadway and The Turnip Truck across the street.

Street Eats West is set up just off of Charlotte Avenue across from The Turnip Truck. | Photo by NASHtoday

The Mac Shack | Schedule | The loaded mac n’ cheese bowls are filled with grated gourmet cheeses, slow-cooked meats, and housemade sauces.

Bondi Bowls | Schedule | Choose from six curated acai bowls at this truck inspired by the Australian beach of the same name.

King Tut’s | Tuesday-Sunday, 11 a.m.-9 p.m. | The truck serving family recipes from the Nile Valley in southern Egypt is permanently parked at 3716 Nolensville Pk. and also features a patio area.

Smokin’ Buttz | Schedule | Bite into slow-smoked barbecue from this truck servicing the Middle Tennessee area. We love The Hickory, but don’t forget to check out the monthly special.

Taqueria El Gym | Schedule | You’ll find the authentic Mexican street food popping up at local breweries each week.

Retro Sno | Schedule | Who doesn’t need a post-meal sweet treat? The Stuffed Snoballs even have a scoop of ice cream inside.

Chivanada | Schedule | Expect Colombian bites and handmade, gluten-free empanadas on the menu.

A one-stop shop

Street Eats Downtown | Thursdays, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. | Deaderick Street between 4th and 5th Avenues | Up to 20 food trucks fill the street each week — find the lineup.

Street Eats West | Daily | 5028 Charlotte Ave. | Depending on the day, the new food truck park has eateries that open as early as 11 a.m. and close as late as 9 p.m. Keep track of the schedule.

The Truck Stop | Weekly | 229 Donelson Pk. | Run by a husband and wife duo and opened in December 2022, dig in to varying eateries most days of the week by following the schedules posted to social media.

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