Despite its title as the “Country Music Capital” of America, Nashville’s country singers aren’t its only big stars. In recent years food trucks have come on to the scene and become the real celebrities of this town. One of Nashville’s famous food items is its BBQ, ranked #6 in the country by US News, and now thanks to the Smoke Et Al Truck, these smoked mouth-watering meats are coming to the streets. Smoke Et Al cooks up one of the best pulled pork sandwiches in Nashville; the juicy shredded bits of pork shoulder are piled inside a buttery Kaiser bun and topped with slaw and vinegar sauce. Another specialty is their sour cream and sage biscuits dripping in sweet Tennessee wildflower honey and served with smoked chicken and green onions. If you’re not in the mood for BBQ, Riffs Fine Street Food Truck is another local favorite. This truck, which specializes in gourmet street fare from a variety of cultures, was the winner of the Travel Channel’s Hotel Impossible Food Truck Fight and the winner of the Nashville Battle of the Food Trucks in 2012. From Bahn Mi to Shrimp and Grits to Jerk Chicken, Riffs offers meals for every taste bud. Nashville trucks have been able to thrive in part by the cities encouraging attitude toward their presence, therefore food truck lots are constantly cropping up all over the city. Use our interactive site map to find your next Nashville nomz.