The Fall Food Truck Rally is your Labor Day Weekend Plan

We’re eating up the fact that nearly three dozen food trucks will be lining Reggie White Boulevard on Sunday, September 3rd. Visually, the Fall Food Truck Rally is a sight to behold and a mouth watering experience all in one. It’s where tacos, donuts, burgers, paninis and waffles come together—a party in your mouth.

The Chattanooga Market opens at 11am, so you can grab breakfast tacos from Abuelitas Seasons and potentially enjoy a progressive food experience. Johnny Popper’s never disappoints. It’s where the Chatt Town Bacon Cheddar Burger rules. And rounding out the experience, Freaky Funnel’s serves up a pretty mean loaded funnel cake. Or, take in a  cultural experience by checking out a few new eateries such as Mohmoh’s Asian Food Truck or Los Tainos Kitchen.

Admission to the Chattanooga Market is always free. Along with amazing eats, the Chattanooga Fall Food Truck Rally boasts live music and local brews making for one heck of a street party. Live music featured on the Lodge Cast Iron Sizzle Stage: 12:30 Nectar Valley, 2:00 Clare Donohue.

Right around the corner is another event we’d like to share…because some of the profits will benefit the Chattanooga Market. Get hog-wild on Thursday, September 21st at the Bacon and Barrel event, held at the First Horizon Pavilion. Enjoy unlimited samples of signature bacon-themed dishes from local restaurants, 15 whiskey samples, live bluegrass music, photo opps, and more. Tickets available at  Chattanooga Bacon and Barrel.