Food trucks add convenience and change of pace in neighborhoods during quarantine

Youngster Keegan Blount is getting some fresh air and about to enjoy some potato skins from his favorite food truck – 1 Spudtacular Food Truck.

Are you tired of your own cooking yet?  In this unprecedented time of restaurant dining rooms being closed and people dusting off their cookbooks for new ideas, a food truck in your neighborhood just may be the option you are looking for to help break the quarantine monotony.

Food trucks across Nashville have adjusted their methods of operation to provide a safe and socially distanced way of grabbing “take out” without having to leave your neighborhood. Trucks booked through use apps that allow you to see a menu, pay for your food online, and then receive a text when your food is ready to pickup from a designated location in your neighborhood. This process eliminates payment transactions at the truck and helps to distance individual pick up times.

Bob’s Fish Fry serving fresh fried catfish off of Newsom Station this past weekend.

Food trucks are state-inspected mobile kitchens that meet and exceed all CDC safety protocol. They are perfect for serving in your neighborhood because they eliminate the need to travel outside of your immediate area.  The only way to have hot food any fresher is to cook it yourself, and you need a break from that, right?

If you are interested in booking a food truck in your neighborhood, send an email to to get started.  If applicable, please discuss with your HOA if approval is needed prior to booking trucks.  Once trucks are booked, you will get pre-order links that you can post and share in your neighborhood social media groups to promote the truck.