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Food Trucks to Find This Month

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Memphis is home to many wonderful things, including all of our food trucks scattered around town. There’s a lot of food to be eaten, and we want to help point you in the right direction!

Here are a few options of where to satisfy your cravings:  

Pok Cha’s Egg Rolls

 

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Pok Cha’s Egg Rolls has been around since March, and they are regularly spotted at our breweries.

Owned and operated by local veteran Jessica Hurdle, Pok Cha’s pay respects to Jessica’s immigrant mother, Pok Cha, through her Korean recipes that come with a southern kick. From Kimchi hotdogs and grilled cheeses to Korean corn dogs, and their best selling eggrolls, you’ll be able to taste the Asian-American traditions.

Follow on Instagram @pokchaseggrolls to keep up with where the truck will be located next!

 

Blue4Eats

Evin Denham dreamed of running a food truck for years, and recently his dream came to life with Blue4Eats. Decked out in Memphis Tiger blue and adorned with Cityscape art, Blue4Eats serves as an ode to the 901, offering BBQ chicken nachos, juicy burgers, seasoned fries, okra, and wings, among other things.

Follow @Blue4Eats on Instagram to catch them at a brewery near you!

 

LOAF

 

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Nestled next to First Congo Church in the Cooper Young neighborhood, LOAF emphasizes American cuisine with southern dishes and hospitality. The ingredients for their weekly specials are collected from immigrant communities within the Memphis area—and a percentage of the proceeds, and all unsold food, goes to First Congo’s Food & Justice Program

Follow @eat.loaf on Instagram to see their specials weekly and visit them at 973 Blythe Street.

 

Sugar Ghost Memphis

 

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Have you seen the Ghost that’s haunting Broad Avenue? Instead of boos, it’s got bubble tea and ice cream! Sugar Ghost, owned by “Falling Into Place” store owner, Mary Claire, is a great after-date-night spot, or pit stop as you’re browsing on Broad. For now, you can catch “Pearl” the pink truck, named after Casper the Friendly Ghost’s girlfriend, to find a featured flavor that suits your fancy until doors to their brick and mortar location open in late August. 

Keep up with Pearl’s whereabouts on Instagram @sugarghostmemphis.

 

Cordova Pit Stop

 

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Cordova Pit Stop is a food truck park, owned and designed by Mark Maughmer, that recently opened up in the ‘burbs! Operating from Tuesday-Saturday, the park can host up to 13 trucks at a time as local eateries rotate in and out, each serving different cuisines. With so many trucks to choose from, the options are not only diverse, but delicious! Cordova Pit Stop creates a charming atmosphere with an outdoor space that hosts movie nights, scheduled live entertainment and more.

Stop by to get a taste! Follow @cordovapitstop on Instagram and pop by 8555 Macon Road in Cordova to see who’s waiting to feed ya.

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