May is Nashville Street Food Month; Find Your Favorites With a New App

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The Nashville Food Truck Association has declared May as “Nashville Street Food Month” and is celebrating with the launch of its smartphone app, available in both iPhone and Android formats (powered by ToGoOrder.com). The app includes schedules to help you easily locate participating food trucks anywhere in the Nashville area. Users can look up by vendor name or location and even see the upcoming schedule for individual trucks.

In addition to the app, NFTA members are celebrating with Nashville Street Food Month food specials and events. Every truck will offer a one-time $1 discount on a purchase of $10 or more to all customers who download the app and mention it at time of purchase. Events start off this weekend with the Food Truck Fiesta this Saturday, May 4, in Centennial Park in conjunction with Musicians Corner [UPDATE: This event has been cancelled due to the weather advisory], and continue with the Eat the Street food truck competition in downtown Franklin, May 10; the 36th Annual Bellevue Community Picnic, May 18; and Brew at the Zoo at Nashville Zoo, May 31.

You can also find multiple trucks at these ongoing food truck courts/events: Elmington Park, Saturdays and Sundays; Food Truck Tuesday at Nashville Farmers’ Market, Tuesdays; Grubbin’ in the Gulch, Wednesdays; Lunch in the Park at Centennial Park, Thursdays; and East Side Hootenanny in East Nashville, Saturdays.

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