Downtown Atlanta’s Food Truck Fridays Returns With New 2018 Location

April 25,2018



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Downtown Atlanta’s Food Truck Fridays Returns

With New 2018 Location

Find the city’s best street eats in Woodruff Park each Friday this summer

ATLANTA (April 25, 2018) – Downtown’s popular Food Truck Fridays series returns, this year to a new location. Each Friday from May 4 – July 27, a lineup of food truck vendors serving some of the city’s best street eats will set up at Woodruff Park along Peachtree Street, between Poplar and Luckie Streets, for an extra special lunchtime event.

Formerly located at Broad Street Plaza at Five Points MARTA rail station, Food Truck Fridays is being relocated to complement the highly successful lunchtime activity the park experiences during peak outdoor dining season.

The festivities will be accompanied by live music from local performers, and café seating with umbrellas will be available throughout the Park. The lineup of summer vendors includes popular trucks like Big C’s Chicago Kitchen, Cousins Maine Lobster, South of Philly, The Tempted Palate, and Yumbii.

Savor warm weather and a rotating selection of lunch options, from lobster rolls to poke bowls—and don’t forget to bring a friend.

Event Details:

  • Dates and Times: Fridays, May 4 through July 27, from 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.*
  • Location: Peachtree Street, adjacent to Woodruff Park, between Poplar and Luckie Streets
  • Cost: Varies based on vendor.

* Program cancellation is subject to rain, extreme weather, or Park closures.

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To explore the full lineup of park events, including weekly and monthly programs, visit the Woodruff Park event calendar at


About Woodruff Park: Woodruff Park is a 6-acre park in the geographic center of Atlanta. Located at the crossroads of commerce, government, and education, it is a natural gathering space for a diverse cross-section of Atlantans and visitors. Originally known as Central City Park in the 1970s, Woodruff Park was created through a generous donation from Robert W. Woodruff, former president of The Coca-Cola Company.  Through a Memorandum of Understanding with the City of Atlanta, the Atlanta Downtown Improvement District (ADID) maintains stewardship of Woodruff Park. ADID is responsible for the park’s daily upkeep and programming, as well as securing and implementing funding for future development. 

About Central Atlanta Progress / Atlanta Downtown Improvement District: Central Atlanta Progress, Inc. is a Downtown business association with approximately 250 members. Its mission is to build a vibrant community with strong leadership and sustainable infrastructure that is safe, livable, diverse, economically viable, accessible, clean, hospitable and entertaining. The Atlanta Downtown Improvement District is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, charitable corporation created by CAP to make Downtown safer, cleaner and more hospitable. Stay connected with us at @DowntownAtlanta.