Thanks to some arcane provisions in Atlanta, food trucks were basically illegal except by special event permit before 2011. But thanks to a band of dedicated entrepreneurs, mobile chefs, fanatical foodies, and a few politicians sympathetic to the cause, there's an entire fleet of grub wagons pushing everything from tacos and arepas to popsicles and barbecue now. Here are 11 of our favorites on the streets right now.
About the author: Todd Brock lives the glamorous life of a stay-at-home freelance writer in the suburbs of Atlanta. Besides being paid to eat cheeseburgers for A Hamburger Today and pizza for Slice, he's written and produced over 1,000 hours of television and is the author of Building Chicken Coops for Dummies. When he grows up, he wants to be either the starting quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys or the drummer for Hootie & the Blowfish. Or both.