No matter which way you turn, you're faced with taste that's turned up to 11, so bring your appetite (...destruction? It should be no surprise then that Atlanta food trucks are the best in the world at delivering eats with soul.
They can even be customized with ground-up cookie dust, just to add some depth to your dessert.
For a cooler kind of sweet, Italian ice and ice cream truck treats are frequent visitors on the streets, but the undisputed ruler of frozen Atlanta food trucks happens to be King of Pops, which puts a whole new spin on popsicles.
The Santa Fe may just be the new gold standard for veggie burgers - mashed from fresh black bean, it's slathered in cheese and ancho mayo, spread with avocado puree and finished off with pico de gallo.
Finally hand-cut string fries come loaded with your choice of Buffalo, garlic parm, wing sauce or Southern (pulled pork cheese bbq sauce & onions) decadence. Southern comfort food is both the base and the peak of Atlanta's food pyramid, the alpha and the omega, the heaven and the - well, the second heaven.
The likes of blackened fish tacos pair off with collard green quesadillas and sweet fries dry-rubbed with BBQ sauce for your affection, and no matter which one you choose, you'll be getting the best of two tastes, joined together just like they've never been apart.
Also, stop us if you've heard this one before but if you can't find the Blaxican out on the streets, you can now find it at a brand new brick-and-mortar location in Peachtree Corners.
Cattywampus' southern classics have twists and turns aplenty, starting with their own take on chicken & waffles featuring shredded chicken, white cheddar, dill pickle and syrup chive mayo.
's southern traditions are imported - from Louisiana to be specific - but the food itself is fresher than fresh.
Pre-dating both other trucks(along with almost every food truck in town) is The Pickle, launched in 2004.
The truck mashes up more than two styles of eats to craft a menu with no borders, and flavor without bounds.