Food trucks and restaurants in Cool Springs and Downtown Franklin will be ready for business on Tuesday as Williamson, Inc. partners with Harpeth True Value Hardware and several area businesses to host Food Truck & Rideshare Day’s kickoff celebration.
Harpeth True Value will be providing free lunches for the Franklin Police Department, also located on Columbia Avenue. Lunch will be available for purchase under tents and from food trucks.
A ribbon will be cut at 11:45 a.m. at Harpeth True Value Home Center, 203 Downs Blvd., Franklin, followed by lunch served by food trucks and restaurants.
The Columbia Avenue food stations are:
- Corner Pub, 1916 Columbia Ave.
- Handy Hardware – supplying Moon Pies to all tents
- Catering & Events by Suzette – Harpeth True Value, 203 Downs Blvd.
- Lenny’s Sub Shop – 102 Lumber Dr.
- Moe’s Original Bar-B-Que, 901 Columbia Ave.
- Dawg Daze Food Truck – Moody’s Tire, 1600 Columbia Ave.
- Delta Bound Mobile Food & Catering – TMA Group, 708 Columbia Ave.
- Yayo’s OMG Food Truck- Tractor Supply Co., 1101 Hillview Ln.
- Chick-Fil-A – Williamson County Public Library, 1314 Columbia Ave.
Cool Springs food stations are:
Cushman & Wakefield Corporate Centre
840 Crescent Centre Drive, Franklin, TN 37067
- Hoss’ Loaded Burgers
- Mojo Cookie Dough
- Nucci’s Gelato
- The Rolling Feast
Journal Communications, Inc.
725 Cool Springs Blvd. #400, Franklin, TN 37067
- Bradley’s Curbside Creamery
- Smoke Et Al
- The Grilled Cheeserie
One & Two Meridian Corporate Center
1000 Corporate Center Dr., Franklin, TN 37067
- T’licious Bar-B-Que
Employees who leave the office for lunch can spend half their lunch breaks sitting in busy intersections. Lunch time along with morning and afternoon rush hours can increase our stress and anxiety levels and even bring out “road rage” leaving people depleted and unproductive at best. In an effort to reduce the traffic congestion during peak hours, Food Truck & Rideshare Day is designed to encourage area employees, customers and residents to walk or rideshare to lunch using one of Williamson County’s many options such as TMA Group’s VanStar vanpool program, the Franklin Transit, or service apps such as Hytch, Lyft, Uber, Ride Simply and Grand Avenue.