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Food Truck Event Draws Mix of the Curious, the Loyal and the Hungry 

City of Knoxville Business Liaison Patricia Robledo greets David Thomasson and Carrie Farris with Farm to Griddle Crepes.

City of Knoxville Business Liaison Patricia Robledo greets David Thomasson, chef/owner, and Carrie Farris with Farm to Griddle Crepes.

Thursday evening, it was a gathering of foodies and families in the parking lot next to Blue Slip Winery and the historic Southern Railway Station on Depot Avenue.

The third edition of the Southern Station Live Food Truck Park & Market drew a mix of the hungry, the curious and the loyal followers. There were plenty of youngsters in strollers, with music performed by Josiah Atchley.

Mobile food vendors included Breezy Weenie, Farm to Griddle Crepes, Forks on the Road, Holy Smokin BBQ, Oishii Knox, Poutine Mobile and The Lunch Box.

Mark your calendar for the next big food truck event at the Southern Railway Station - 6 to 10 p.m. on Thursday, July 16.

For more details about the City's mobile food vendor program, visit http://www.knoxvilletn.gov/cms/One.aspx?portalId=109562&pageId=186438.

Or, to find out where your favorite food truck will be and when, visit
http//www.knoxvillefoodtrucks.com/.

The Forks on the Road folks kept hungry customers happy at Thursday's gathering at the Southern Railway Station.

The Forks on the Road folks kept hungry customers happy at Thursday's gathering at the Southern Railway Station.

Posted by evreeland On 19 June, 2015 at 5:36 PM