The Nashville food truck scene is fantastic and growing. My sister and I decided to make on or way to Elmington Park last weekend to check out Music City’s food trucks. On our way we spotted The Grilled Cheeserie driving in front of us. We were excited that we’d be the first in line. Boy were we wrong. There was already a line waiting for the trucks when they pulled up to park for lunch at noon.
Because I have a deep love of cheese, I had to try the Grilled Cheeserie, even though the other trucks were just as cute and the food looked amazing as well. After about a 30 minutes wait in line on a very hot day, I ordered the B&B of Tennessee sandwich with buttermilk cheddar, bacon and peach jam. I was told that I had to get a side of tater tots which were steaming hot and paired with the tot sauce ...yum. The sandwich was to die for. Just a few simple ingredients created sweet, salty and cheesy bites of heaven.
They also have pimento grilled cheese, a pulled chicken and buffalo sauce grilled cheese, a melt of the moment daily special and you can make your own. If it’s not too hot they have a side of seasonal tomato soup.
If you’re in the Nashville area, support your local food trucks by bringing friends or family and enjoying the fresh air and some really good food!