Posted on: Nov 30, 2020 Posted by: The Current Hub Comments: 0

Now serving up delicious goods in Roswell and beyond

By Malika Bowling

Good news for North Fulton and Forsyth residents, you do not have to drive too far to experience FUNtastic food trucks. Here are a few serving up different foods sure to tickle your taste buds.

From the Earth Brewing

From the Earth Brewing opening three years ago in Roswell and in no time became a local favorite. They were even named a USA Today 10 Best reader’s choice for best Brewpub. The restaurant and tap room host events and is popular for both brunch and dinner.

IPA lovers will appreciate the three different styles of IPA available –

Goin out West

Can’t Find My Way Home (Double IPA)

Porch Song (New England IPA)

However, seasonal ales like the Monster Mash (Pumpkin spice) and the Eat a Peach (Weisse) are a bit easier to drink for those who prefer them.

But it is not all about beer, of course at From the Earth. Food is an important aspect of their business. Tim Stevens, founder, grew up in the restaurant business and worked as General Manager for one of the Buckhead Life Group restaurants. It was there he met renowned chef, Kevin Rathbun, also an investor in FTE.

With the three-year anniversary of the brewery and restaurant around the corner, Tim decided a food truck is a perfect way to expand the business. They love serving the Roswell and North Fulton community and have chosen and menu the expertly compliments their brews with items like Brussels with Blue Cheese, Meatballs, Pretzel bites with beer cheese sauce, Meatballs and of course the beloved double stack.

Q’Paso Latin Grub

If the incredible food is not enough to get you to visit the Q’Paso food truck, then the backstory will! The chef, Kazeka Muniz, hails from Venezuela. But his calling was not always food and cooking. His career led him to be an Olympic coach, living all over the world. But in a way, it prepared him for his second career as a chef. He sampled cuisine as he traveled, gathering inspiration from the variety of places he lived.

Atlanta was not his first stop when he decided to put down roots. It was Denver that the Q’Paso food truck was born. Lines would form for blocks for the food and it was sold out daily. Opening right in the midst of the pandemic, a brick and mortar store is hard to attract new customers, so the food truck has been revived. Find them all over Atlanta and follow them on Instagram.

Between Arepas, tacos and their delicious Cuban sandwich and their cheese sticks, you will no doubt have a difficult time choosing what to get. The answer is to get everything and share with friends. They make all their dough in house every day!

Catch one of these amazing food trucks in the North Atlanta area – you will not be sorry!