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Dawsonville Food Truck Night continues to grow
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The Jay’s Mexican Grill food truck stayed busy during Dawsonville’s third food truck night Aug. 17. - photo by Jessica Taylor
The threat of rain early in the afternoon Friday didn’t deter enthusiastic residents from partaking in the third food truck night hosted by the city of Dawsonville. By the time the food trucks were ready to hand out delicious meals, the sun shone brightly and hundreds of people stopped by to sample the local fares of the Amicalola Regional Farmers Market vendors, grab a bite of various cuisines and desserts, play corn hole and enjoy the small town atmosphere. “With the prediction of rain we were concerned… but it’s beautiful now,” said Mayor Mike Eason. “We’ve got a great crowd. Vendors seem to be happy. They’re selling food and got lines.” Eason predicted that 400 to 500 people would stop by the food truck night based on the two previous turnouts.