The Lenox Village Area Business Association rounded up more than a dozen food trucks for the second annual Great Food Truck Festival.
Trucks at the festival include Wrapper's Delight, the Hot Spot and Just Like Nannie Fixed It.
"My Nanny taught me how to cook. I love brining her recipes to the world. I'm just thrilled to death to be doing what I'm doing. I meet people all day long," Kent Davis with Just Like Nannie Fixed It told News 2.
Organizers say the festival was born from a desire to bring the public to Lenox Village to see what it has to offer.
"We're trying to let people know what's here and what's available and plan events for the community so that more people know Lenox Village is here. We want to brand it and be the new Green Hills of Nashville," Lori Weber with the Lenox Village Business Association explained.
Weber also said there are more than 70 businesses in the area, including a wide range of unique boutiques, restaurants and service providers.
The Great Food Truck Festival is September 28th from 4 until 8 p.m. at the Lenox Village community park on Lenox Village Drive in South Nashville.
Admission to the festival is free. Attendees are asked to bring nonperishable food items as a donation to Second Harvest Food Bank.