We will be out at the Atlanta Food Truck Park this weekend enjoying the beautiful spring weather and cooking up delicious food. Come check out the new look Pickle! Lots of specials and the rest of our tasty treats.
Spring is our favorite time of the year! Tons of fun stuff happening in the ATL! The Pickle has a new paint job and is looking sharper than ever. Our food is just as fresh and delicious as ever. We will be filling up our calender with lots of awesome events! We’ll keep you posted.
The Pickle will be back at Candler Park for their annual Fall Fest this weekend.
WHAT: The Candler Park Neighborhood Organization presents the 12th annual Candler Park Fall Fest, a free, neighborhood festival with live music, over 150 artist booths, a kids’ area and a 5K Road Race.
This year’s festival is better than ever with food, fun and music for all ages. Highlights include:
A stellar lineup of musicians including Francine Reed, The Whiskey Gentry and local favorite Yacht Rock Revue with special guests (and 70’s legends) Rick Derringer and Derek St. Holmes;
The Kids’ Village with free, family-friendly activities;
A convoy of the finest food trucks in town
The annual Fall Fest 5K Road Race (runners get a free beer!) Saturday at 10 a.m.;
WHEN: Saturday, October 13, 2012, noon – 9 p.m. Sunday, October 14, 2012, noon – 8 p.m.
WHO: Families, music fans and foodies alike! Halloween costumes welcome!
WHERE: Candler Park
Corner of McLendon Ave & Candler Park Drive, Atlanta, GA 30307
DETAILS: For band schedules, event schedules, 5K registration and more, visit www.candlerparkfallfest.com.
We will be at Music Midtown again this year! The Pickle truck will not be there, but we will be serving our same delicious food from our tent set up! We will be over near the 10th Street entrance to Piedmont Park, straight back from the main stage. Going to be an awesome weekend!
We will be at Va=Highlands Summerfest, all day Saturday and Sunday. We will be in our tent set up, but serving all The Pickle favorites. Going to be an awesome weekend.
Looking forward to another beautiful spring weekend at the Inman Park Festival. Here is all the info. http://inmanparkfestival.org/
The Pickle is has got tons of fun stuff going on this springs. This week we have Street Food Thurs at 12th & Peachtree in Midtown. Going to be at the Atlanta Rocks climbing gym Thurs evening. Saturday we will be in Athens for Athens Food Cart Festival downtown. Tons of fun
Look for information updates on Sweetwater 420 Fest and Inman Park Festival coming soon!
Take the Next Step at the 28th annual Hunger Walk/Run! Join thousands in the fight against hunger on Sunday, March 11 at Turner Field. The 5kwalk/run benefits the Atlanta Community Food Bank and five other local nonprofits with hunger relief programs: Action Ministries-United Methodists, Episcopal Charities Foundation, The Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta, Lutheran Services of Georgia, and St. Vincent De Paul Society. Gates open at Noon; both the walk and run begin at 2 p.m. Register as a team or individual online at www.HWR2012.org, or at the registration tent the day of the event. $25 runner’s fee includes a special moisture-wicking t-shirt. Walkers who donate $25 or more will receive an official Hunger Walk/Run 2012 t-shirt. Come enjoy the fun, festival-like atmosphere with activities for the entire family including games, refreshments, live entertainment, and more! For more information visit www.HWR2012.org , call 404-892-9822 ext. 1246, or firstname.lastname@example.org. Also be sure to find Hunger Walk/Run on Facebook and follow us on Twitter at HungerWalkATL.
Saturday Sept. 24 is the big day. Music Midtown returns after a 5 year hiatus. The Pickle is also coming back after passing on the last Concert on the Green @ Piedmont Park. Hours for the Music Midtown are 12pm-11pm.
Andy Grimes has catered everything from the 420 Festival to concerts by the Allman Brothers Band. Having cut his teeth in restaurants across the Southeast, Grimes purchased this vintage motor home in 2004. Converted, retrofitted, and painted a fetching pale green, “It’s super user-friendly,” he boasts. The menu sweeps through the South, with Tex-Mex dishes such as chicken and green chili, and Creole treats like crawfish étouffée. “It’s less street cuisine, more restaurant,” Grimes explains. And paradise if you’ve got the munchies.