4 Rivers Smokehouse now has a food truck

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PHOTO VIA 4RIVERSCATERING/INSTAGRAM
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4 Rivers Smokehouse has announced that they're sending a new food truck out on the road, and its next stop will be in downtown Orlando.

Today, you can grab some smoked goodness at 1010 W. Church St. from 3-6:30 p.m. to pregame for tonight's Orlando City Soccer Club match against Atlanta.

The food truck offers popular menu items such as pulled pork, smoked chicken, and brisket sandwiches, along with some homestyle sides like mac and cheese, BBQ beans and coleslaw. A limited selection of 4 Rivers retail products, including signature barbecue sauces, will also be available.



According to a statement, founder and CEO John Rivers is looking to expand the reach of the 4 Rivers experience, so stops are being scheduled all over Florida, including Full Sail University and New Smyrna Beach, but no exact dates have been released.

The truck is available to book for special events, including weddings, corporate luncheons, birthdays, and more. You can track the journey of the "mobile cowboy" by following its pages on Facebook and Instagram.


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