The Hoagie Shack approaches food with a soulful, creative, and appetizing twist to American food. Inspired by family, music, culture, history, food and travel this has cultivated a creative approach to a well-rounded evolving menu offering foods with robust flavors and savory options. Our 10-inch Hoagies are not your average sammich, the fresh chicken breast and butcher cut steaks are all rubbed with our signature house seasonings and marinated with olive oil overnight which gives these hoagies an unforgettable taste. The Original Fish Hoagie is one of our signature sammiches you must try. We use fresh meats not boxed and an assortment of veggies and cheeses to enhance the flavors.
Our smoked meats are some of the best under the Mason Dixon Line; indescribable you have to taste. Yes, we use a custom grill pit smoker called “The Big Shack”. Our mouthwatering homemade sides and desserts takes your palate on a Soul Train Vibe!! A lil tradition with a whole lotta Swag!! We strive to source everything locally and use the freshest ingredients while combining responsibly-free ranged farmed ingredients to every meal we serve.
Ya’ll we Slangin Good food & Good Vibes!
With our love for Atlanta, we took an innovative approach with our rolling restaurant and created an experience for our customers with a full kitchen and a visual rolling art museum of collages showcasing over 7 decades of Atlanta’s rich History & Culture. Atlanta represents an amazing Foodie Culture and we take great pride in providing exceptional service with a thank you & smile.
Alert!! The Hoagie Shack Food Truck can be rented for special events, movies, commercials, parties and more.
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We out here Servin Good n da Hood look out for us to pull up & serve you in the streets of Atlanta, the surrounding areas, and festivals. Come check us out and take selfies with our Atlanta History Rolling Museum and come smell that smoke coming from “The Big Shack”