Winter months are long and hard with limited food trucks out around town. Most trucks go into hibernation mode around the end of November and emerge in the spring. Trucks will be back out starting this week (weather permitting) for some of the best food in town.
Some of the go-to food truck meets are even receiving an update. One of the most popular, Westover Wednesdays, will be adding vendors and live music this year.
“We are trying to keep the ever-changing food scene fresh, so we added some local vendors to spice it up a bit,” Hot Rod Wiener owner Andrea Wilson tells us. “We thought a marketplace with different vendors and a rotation of local food trucks, music and entertainment would be something fun to do on a Wednesday night with your family and friends.”
Here is a roundup of meets and key areas to keep an eye on in the coming month.
Food Trucks: Stones Throw Brewing, Hot Rod, Katmandu MoMo, Fathead BBQ, Southern Gourmasian, Fork in the Road, and new to Good Earth… Honey Pies
March 15th: Rock City Tailgate – Our very own food truck meetup. We have received a lot of requests for a spring meeting in addition to our fall trucksgiving. We are going to partner with the Little Rock Trojan baseball team at Gary Hogan Field for this meetup. Runs from 4-7(ish).
March 16th – Westover Wednesday’s: This meetup is typically the second Wednesday every month at the Westover Hills Presbyterian Church parking lot 5-8pm. The start of the season has been pushed back a week due to weather concerns.
Food trucks: Hot Rod Wieners featuring Loblolly Creamery, Waffle Wagon, Katmandu MoMo, The Beast, Southern Salt Food Company, Fathead BBQ, and Honey Pies
— A Featured live Local artist:Matthew Castellano
Local Artist Collection: Zombie Jobs by; Lindsey Knight
colouring books and handsew dolls
Local tshirt collection:Arkanzen
Fresh pickles, relishes, garden yummies from Me and Mcgee Farms:
Local Hula Hoop artist: Laura Kitty
Music by: Michael Shaw
Food Trucks: Fork in the Road, Waffle Wagon, Blackhound BBQ, Katmandu MoMo, Hot Rod Wieners, Honey Pie, El Cubano Loco
– Ongoing Trucks: These meet regularly (typically daily), however expect the number and variety of trucks to increase this month.
Stones Throw Brewing: Stone’s Throw Brewing typically has a truck out every day (Wednesday – Sunday) behind the brewery. Even better you can place your order then head inside for a beer and they will bring it to you. They are great about posting the truck of the day on their Facebook and Instagram
Flyway Brewing: Argenta’s newest brewery is inviting food trucks out every Thursday from 4-9. Previous trucks have included Roxy’s Twisted Sandwiches and Excaliburger
Food Truck Stop/Station 801: The latest attempt at a food truck park in Little Rock runs daily during the week 11-2 and sometimes on the weekends. They do not always post the trucks of the day on their F, but this seems to be getting (a little) better.
Regular meetups not meeting in March
Bernice Garden – The monthly food truck meet at Bernice will begin in April.
Third Thursday in Benton – The regular meetup in Benton will not take place in March. We hope to have a big announcement for this meetup in the coming weeks.