You might be living under a rock if you have failed to notice the food truck trend that is taking place in Tallahassee, Florida.
It seems as though there is a food truck parked on every corner, offering a variety of food and an alternative to typical fast food restaurants.
While the food trucks are typically scattered throughout the city in order to serve the maximum amount of people, they now also congregate together. In addition to Food Truck Thursdays, a weekly event off of Tharpe Street, Tallahassee food trucks are now congregating together in the new Food Truck Court.
The Tallahassee Food Truck Court had its grand opening Wednesday, March 27th and plans to continue to house permitted food trucks every day of the week. Located on the South side of Madison Street, between Bronough and Duval, the food truck court sits in a convenient location to universities as well as downtown businesses.
The court features picnic tables set up on gravel as well as electric hookups for a maximum of six trucks to run without the use of generators. With the set up that has been created, the food truck court is the perfect relaxed setting to enjoy your lunch break or spend an afternoon with friends.
With all of the hype surrounding the food truck trend and the grand opening of the food truck court, there are certain to be many more food trucks that seek to get involved.
Connect with the Tallahassee Food Truck Association to stay up to date on the progress made at the Food Truck Court and to find out which trucks are participating!