Coming Soon: Truck & Tap comes to Alpharetta!

Is it just me, or is there something magical about food that comes out of a food truck? Like sure, it’s not a complex dish normally coming out of the truck, but it’s always so good!

Now let’s rewind a bit and I’d like to tell you about a trip I took to Ft. Lauderdale a few years back for business. My coworkers took me to the Funky Buddha Brewery which was simply a bar serving their own brews with a mix of local brews. Now, did they serve food, you ask? No, they didn’t! They were just a beer bar straight up. However, out front was a delicious food truck serving up all types of Italian dishes. I went with the gnocchi and it didn’t disappoint.

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Food Truck and Beer Concept Coming to Alpharetta

If you’re a fan of metro Atlanta’s food trucks and you like beer, a concept coming to Alpharetta will be right up your alley.

A second location of Truck & Tap — the first is in Woodstock — is set to open at 30 Milton Ave. in downtown Alpharetta this summer, according to Scoop OTP.

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Food Truck, Craft Beer Concept Rolls Into Alpharetta

ALPHARETTA, GA — A unique concept that’s proved to be popular in a neighboring city wants to bring its ideas to downtown Alpharetta.

Truck & Tap has announced plans to bring its food truck venture to the city’s central business district.

Zach Yurchuck, co-founder of the venture, said they are shooting to open in August at 30 Milton Avenue.

“We love what’s going on there with the downtown area,” he said of Alpharetta, adding the city is expected to continue its growth over the next few years.

Truck & Tap opened in late 2015 in downtown Woodstock. The eatery offers a rotating selection of food trucks, craft beer and wine from around the world.

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Truck & Tap Expands to Alpharetta

The popular restaurant concept, Truck & Tap of Woodstock, is opening a second location in downtown Alpharetta. The business features a rotating selection of food trucks , craft beer and wine from around the globe. They hope to open this summer.

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