Your Best Friend’s Favorite Food Truck, Four-Legged Foodie, Leases Midtown Space

Tails Will Wag for Healthy, Gourmet Treats, Walking Distance from Dog-Friendly Piedmont Park and Atlanta Beltline
Four-Legged Foodie's truck may soon sit and stay in new Midtown location.
Why your dog wants to take more walks. Photo: Official

Since 2017, Atlanta’s “first food truck for dogs” has offered small-batch snacks for your best friends, formulated by a board-certified veterinary nutritionist, registered with the Department of Agriculture, and created by a trained chef.

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And now, Four-Legged Foodie is finalizing plans to open a permanent  Midtown location, at 985 Monroe Drive, walking distance from two of your dog’s top in-town spots to pee and be seen: Atlanta BeltLine Eastside Trail and Piedmont Park

Four-Legged Foodie would take over the 1,437-square-foot space currently occupied by The Whole Dog Market, joining the Midtown Butcher Shoppe, Mediterranean Grille, Highland Dreamery, and Arden’s Gardens in the shopping center across from Park Tavern. Co-founder Deborah A. Peña confirmed the news in an email to What Now Atlanta but was not ready to make a public announcement.

“We will be taking over the 985 Monroe Dr location but not until Feb. 2023,” Peña said. “Unfortunately, we are not ready to make a public announcement as we are still finalizing aspects of our new concept.”

For now, look for the bright red Four-Legged Foodie truck serving your furbaby’s favorites, such as the “Dirty Bird” (chicken with basmati rice, pumpkin puree, peas, carrots, carrot, flaxseed oil, and turmeric), made fresh and sold in single-serving cups, alongside high-quality dehydrated treats and other thoughtful gifts. Follow the Four-Legged Foodie truck on Facebook or Instagram next time you plann a walk with your best friend.

Paige R. Penland

Paige R. Penland has been covering hospitality and travel since 2003, when she began writing Lonely Planet travel guides with reviews of restaurants from Alaska to Tierra del Fuego. But there's no place like home, and she’s excited keep Atlanta in the know with What Now.

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