The “B.B.Q. sammie” at the Lowdown: Red slaw, pickled okra, barbecue. Photo by Manny Figaro for AshevilleNow.com

In a season of nonstop food accolades for Asheville eateries and chefs, add one more. The Lowdown food truck has been named one of the best food trucks in the South by Deep South Magazine:

From biscuits in Nashville to donuts in Florida, dumplings in Durham, crepes in Arkansas, empanadas in New Orleans, barbecue in South Carolina and chicken and waffles in Atlanta, the variety of cuisine coming from the South’s food trucks is endless. Use our list of the Top 47 to find one near you and get in line for a taste.


The Low Down Truck 
Asheville, North Carolina

Asheville native Nate Kelly serves Southern sandwich favorites with a twist. Though the menu is small, he considers each option a work of art. Try the Pesto Grilled Cheese, served with provolone, colby jack, heirloom tomatoes and pumpkin seed pesto, with an order of curly fries. Nate usually hangs out at The Bywater, Pisgah Brewery and local festivals.

Read the full article here: Best food trucks in the South.

Congrats Nate!


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