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Atlanta Food Trucks

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Top 5 Cuisines in Atlanta


Find more than 102 mobile sandwich caterers in Atlanta near you today. Start friends and coworkers off with a simple grilled cheese, or stuff as much as you can between two pieces of bread. Roaming Hunger will help you rent or hire the best sandwich trucks and trailers around.


Treat yourself to more than 52 unique taco trucks and carts in Atlanta near you. Roaming Hunger helps you hire the best taco caterers around to get the spicy salsa, crispy chips, and fresh, meat and veggie-filled tacos flowing. Rent a truck for your next event today!


If you’re looking for some spicy, sweet, and saucy meats, then we’ve got over 51 BBQ trailers, trucks, and carts for you to choose from in Atlanta today. Rent a BBQ caterer to throw your favorite meats on the grill and watch as your party guests guzzle down some mind-blowing BBQ.


From Impossible Burgers and mushroom burgers, to bison and elk burgers, you can find any kind of burger from the 48 burger caterers in Atlanta near you. Hire a truck or trailer for your next party or corporate event. They’ll bring the condiments—you bring the company.


Nothing is quite so satisfying as sweet treats made fresh in Atlanta. Choose from over 32 dessert trucks and caterers near you today. They’ll bring the cake pops, pecan brittles, brownies, candies, and sorbets—you bring the party people.

Bring a Food Truck to Any Atlanta Event

From food service at a corporate park to an intimate backyard celebration, find and book the perfect food truck, cart, or pop-up.

Corporate Catering

Meal Programs, Employee or Client Appreciation, Company Celebrations

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Private Parties

Graduations, Birthdays, Anniversaries, Baby Showers, and more

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Large-Scale Events

Conferences, Festivals, Sporting Events, Employee Events

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Food Trucks for Weddings

Wedding Receptions, Rehearsal Dinners, Late Night Snacks

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Community Events

School Events, Religious Gatherings, Street Fairs, Neighborhood Parties

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Like a phoenix from the ashes, Atlanta's all about rebirth; constantly remaking itself year after year into something bigger, bolder, and faster. But it never forgets its soul. Southern hospitality grounds the spirit of ATL, with tradition passed down through kindness. The city's culinary scene is no different, with old-world southern charm meeting new-world innovation. Fusion, deconstruction and reinvention run high when it comes to interpreting classic dishes for a brand new audience.

Central to all this are food trucks in Atlanta, which have remade the restaurant landscape overnight - taking big ideas out of the dining room(or the converted garage, same difference here), and into the streets. Imagination is met by accessibility, giving a larger, younger crowd a taste of the high life truck by truck. And now that the people have it, they're not looking to float back down. A phoenix just keeps flying, after all.

The Best Atlanta Food Trucks

Reinvention really does make the city go round, and that starts with even the most essential of food truck eats - the burger. Mix'd Up Burgers takes the most classic of all American comfort staples and makes it new again. And again. And yeah, again. Billing itself as "a rockin' experience", Mix'd Up has the melodic flavor to match that billing. It's recently expanded into two separate brick-and-mortars, but the truck that started it all is still rolling, and still whipping crowds into a frenzy

By itself, Mix'd Up's namesake burger stands as one of ATL's juiciest and most satisfying, but imaginative riffs push the rest of the menu's burgers into stadium territory. The Rockin' Hero Bite features a lamb patty topped by spinach, feta & the open-faced Texan gets rubbed with chili & stacked with smoked Vermont bacon, cheddar, pulled pork and a chipotle ranch slaw. The Santa Fe may just be the new gold standard for veggie burgers - mashed from fresh black bean, it's slathered in cheese and ancho mayo, spread with avocado puree and finished off with pico de gallo. Finally hand-cut string fries come loaded with your choice of Buffalo, garlic parm, wing sauce or Southern (pulled pork + cheese + bbq sauce & onions) decadence. No matter which way you turn, you're faced with taste that's turned up to 11, so bring your appetite (....for destruction? Too much? Yeah ok, too much).


Southern comfort food is both the base and the peak of Atlanta's food pyramid, the alpha and the omega, the heaven and the - well, the second heaven. It should be no surprise then that Atlanta food trucks are the best in the world at delivering eats with soul. Sunday supper (and brunch) fare gets lifted out of the kitchen and floated straight to you, no invitation needed. It's all enough to make you believe in a higher power.

Soul starts at sunrise with Nana G's Chik-N-Waffles, where 103 year-old Nana G dispenses her 75+ year old recipes, all fancied-up and ready to be enjoyed in a whole new way, right on the streets where they're needed most. Chicken strips get seasoned to perfection while waffles are infused with smoky Maplewood bacon. Toppings range from fruit to powdered sugar to maple syrup to Nutella, while red-hot wings and seasoned fries buffer up the menu's savory side. Mix and match the tastes til your tongue's just as spirited as Nana G itself.

Cattywampus Grill's run by a boyfriend and girlfriend who, even combined, have less years on them than Nana G, but youth has a way of compensating for such things with fearless innovation. Cattywampus' southern classics have twists and turns aplenty, starting with their own take on chicken & waffles featuring shredded chicken, white cheddar, dill pickle and syrup chive mayo. The Tempted Palate's southern traditions are imported - from Louisiana to be specific - but the food itself is fresher than fresh. Co-owners Henri & Dyandra met while working together at JCPenny's (!) before making the big leap to running ATL's finest cajun food truck. Dyandra brings a deep knowledge of cajun spice to dishes like jambalaya and crawfish tacos, while Henri specializes in artisan pizzas, especially loaded-up seafood varieties. Together, they're redefining bayou bliss, right on the Georgia sidewalks.


Atlanta food trucks might not be the first thing you think when you think Mexican, but Mexican sure seems to be on their mind a lot. Granted, they just do it a little bit differently. Or a lot differently, in some cases. In fact, getting an answer to "where's a taco truck near me" generally results in a whole new question: "what kind of taco truck?" Making use of the city's inherent diversity, these taco trucks expand on the expected by mashing up cultures and flavors, til you're pretty much holding the whole world in your hands. Until it disappears into your mouth, of course.

Much like Mix'd Up, Yumbii may have conquered the world of Atlanta food trucks & expanded to brick-and-mortar, but it's far from done taking victory laps. An inspired menu of east meets south-of-the-border offers up Asian rib-eye quesadillas, spicy pulled pork tacos and stir-fried tofu burritos, just to name a few specialties. Sesame fries offer up support, and the all-important Sriracha cheese dip offers up support for the support.

Pre-dating both other trucks(along with almost every food truck in town) is The Pickle, launched in 2004. The truck mashes up more than two styles of eats to craft a menu with no borders, and flavor without bounds. Specifically Tex-Mex, creole and Asian flavors intermingle til you can't tell where one taste ends and the other begins. Cajun chicken egg rolls, crab cake sandwiches and pulled pork with sweet pickles all sit side by side, and all come together to become the epitome of new south cuisine.

Other Notable Atlanta Food Trucks

Food trucks in Atlanta come in all shapes and sizes, and rep all sorts of cultures, including a few that haven't been invented yet. Dreamy Puf, for one, is looking to craft a whole new movement from cotton candy, by crafting it in ways you've never seen. Organic ingredients get spun into carnival treats that take the carnival itself straight to you, wherever you are. From cookies and cream to raspberry lime-aid, lavender and German chocolate cake, there's over 40 gourmet flavors waiting to make your acquaintance. They can even be customized with ground-up cookie dust, just to add some depth to your dessert.

For a cooler kind of sweet, Italian ice and ice cream truck treats are frequent visitors on the streets, but the undisputed ruler of frozen Atlanta food trucks happens to be King of Pops, which puts a whole new spin on popsicles. All-natural, organic ingredients go into a whole host of artisan flavors including cookies and cream (made with real cookies inside), key lime pie (complete with graham cracker crust) and banana pudding(fused to vanilla wafers). There's even King of Pups companion treats for your four-legged friend on a hot day. And not to leave your tongue's savory side out of the fun, Fry Guy delivers fresh cut Belgian-style fries in cones, whipped up into vibrant flavor combos like Bangkok (Thai peanut sauce, peanut crumbles, curry mayo) coriander-smoked salmon and classic poutine.

Finding Atlanta Food Trucks Near Me

As always, check out the live Atlanta food truck map above to find the most accurate, up-to-the-minute location info for all trucks listed, alongside countless more options.

With such a wealth of food trucks Atlanta barely has room to fit them all on its streets. As such, Atlanta Food Truck Park's become an essential haven for trucks and patrons alike. In Food Truck Park Atlanta has a permanent spot to catch a rotating swath of choices(most of whom are already mentioned here). The food truck park doors open at five on Friday and stays open for the rest of the weekend.

During the week itself, options are more scattered but trucks are always out, and always moving. Catch a massive lunchtime collection at Street Food Thursday, 1125 Peachtree St., or stick to Centennial Olympic Park for constant pop-ups. Conversely, Food Truck Fridays attract a swarm of options to Broad Street Plaza. Georgia Tech and Georgia State are constantly reliable meccas for food truck goodness, day or night, along with the intersection of 12th and Peachtree.

Finally, make it easy on yourself and hire the Atlanta food truck of your choice through Roaming Hunger to grab exactly what you're looking for. No matter what event you've got cooking, check out our Atlanta Food Truck Catering page to ensure the cooking will be event-worthy. Catering's been reborn, just like everything else here, and when it comes to fresh, accessible eats, the sky's suddenly the limit. Time to hitch a ride.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the best food trucks in Atlanta?

Atlanta has some amazing food trucks. Choosing the “best” depends on what you’re looking for (a great lunch truck or a great food truck to cater your wedding). You can explore the top food trucks by going to our Atlanta List page. 

If you’re looking for food trucks that are great for catering, here are the top 5 most booked food trucks on Roaming Hunger:

  1. Uptown Food Truck
  2. Willie B's Sisters Southern Cuisine
  3. C-BO's BBQ & Southern Cuisine
  4. Gotta Have It
  5. Grubbin' Out

What are the most popular food truck cuisines in Atlanta?

Based on the food trucks in our system, here are the cuisines that are most popular with food trucks in Atlanta:

  1. Sandwiches
  2. Tacos
  3. BBQ
  4. Burgers
  5. Dessert

How many food trucks are in Atlanta?

There are currently 421 food trucks, trailers, carts, and pop-ups on Roaming Hunger in the Atlanta area. Keep in mind this is not a complete list because food trucks manually join Roaming Hunger. Our system may also include food trucks that are no longer operating because we rely on the food trucks themselves to let us know when they are closed.

Are food trucks popular in Atlanta?

Based on the fact that there are 421 food trucks, trailers, and carts in the area, it’s clear that the mobile food culture is thriving in the Atlanta area.

Where can I find food trucks in Atlanta?

You can use the Roaming Hunger map above to see food trucks in the area.

How can I rent a food truck in Atlanta?

If you’re looking for catering, simply go to our Atlanta food truck catering page and fill out a request form.

If you’re looking to rent a food truck for your business, start at our food truck lease page.

If you’re a brand or marketing agency looking to rent a food truck for an activation or promotion, go to our agency page.

How do I book a food truck for my event?

Use Roaming Hunger to book a food truck for any event in Atlanta. Simply go to our Atlanta food truck catering page to get started.

After you fill out your event information, local food trucks will apply based on your event date and budget with a catering package. From there you’ll be able to choose the best package for your event.

If it’s a public event where the food truck is selling to the public, you’ll fill out your event information and local food trucks will apply to learn more about your event. You can choose which food trucks to connect with from there.