|Berry cobbler at Tin Roof Kitchen|
At the event we attended, there were three food trucks that had various gluten-free options and a BBQ restaurant tent with many meat options as well. Below are some gf friendly trucks (far from a comprehensive list) in the ATL.
WOW! (most arepas are gf)
Tex's Tacos (ask for corn tortillas, no gf quesadillas)
The Fry Guy (fab fries, avoid malt vinegar sauce)
King of Pops (bike cart - a few flavors contain gluten)
Happy Belly Curbside Kitchen (killer kale salad!)
To learn more about Alpharetta's Food Truck Alley nights, please check out this website. The trucks for each week are listed on Monday or Tuesday for that week's event on their FB page.
It was pleasantly cool during our visit to this fun event (due to a rainstorm earlier that evening) so none of us were jazzed about having a frozen pop from the King of Pops. (Plus, we can get their fabulous treats at Whole Foods). Therefore, we walked a block over to Tin Roof Kitchen and shared desserts including chocolate cake, caramel sea salt panna cotta, apricot pound cake and berry cobbler. I can't think of a more perfect way to end our night at the Food Truck Alley event in Alpharetta!