What do you get when you combine two sets of hungry siblings, a stint at the Iberian Pig, a career doing
personal massages movie catering for Travolta, the Coens, and the Farrellys, and an epic poem about a magical African plains animal made from chicken shawarma and BLTs? “Creatively tweaked classic street food” from a truck named Grilldabeast, of course
While taking breaks from penning that poem ("Her mouth begins to salivate... Her fur stands on end. Finally, she sees it: a majestic Grilldabeast in all its glory, rolling across the savannah") the quartet worked up snacks like slow-smoked-then-flash-fried wings w/ mango Thai chili glaze, and a basket of panko-crusted avocado dressed with eel sauce, just when you thought you had your bases covered with all that snakeskin... damn you, fashion
Smyrna’s The Grateful Bread Co. (hit song: Touch of Parkay) provides daily-fresh coverage for eats like the pita’d shawarma w/ tzatziki & feta, an avocado BLT on grilled sourdough, and thin-sliced grilled pork tenderloin on a jalapeno cheddar bun w/ grilled GA peach BBQ called the Peachy Pig
Meanwhile, the sides-show includes homemade veggie chips w/ hummus, and for drinks they make their own mint tea, which comes iced, so you don't have to be Travolta to Be Cool.