Activity near downtown Atlanta’s six-acre Woodruff Park.
Photo: Erin Sintos, courtesy of Central Atlanta Progress / Atlanta Downtown Improvement District
Photo: Erin Sintos, courtesy of Central Atlanta Progress / Atlanta Downtown Improvement District

Food Truck Fridays gets a new downtown Atlanta location for 2018

Downtown Atlanta’s Food Truck Fridays series will take place in a new location this year. 

A lineup of food truck vendors will set up at Woodruff Park along Peachtree Street, between Poplar and Luckie Streets, weekly from May 4 to July 27. The new location will complement the lunchtime activity the park gets during spring and summer, according to a press release.

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Live music and seating with umbrellas will be set up in the area from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. each Friday that weather allows. Vendors include trucks such as Big C’s Chicago Kitchen, Cousins Maine Lobster, South of Philly, The Tempted Palate and Yumbii. View each week's food truck lineup here.

The series was formerly located at Broad Street Plaza at Five Points MARTA rail station.

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