French and Vietnamese trucks bring an international flair to the final event of the season!
Before you know it, winter will be here. If that thought is scary to you, let Williamson Medical Center (WMC) help you enjoy the outdoors at least one more time before December rolls around. On Friday, November 17, WMC will hold the latest edition of its popular “Food Truck Friday” series, and its last of 2017.
To mark this special Friday, the trucks will be bringing an international flair to the Franklin medical center. Set to appear are:
- Et Voila Bistro & Bakery (http://www.etvoilanashville.com/): Et Voila offers sandwiches, as well as quiche, and authentic beignets and other pastries; all put together by a chef born and raised in Bergerac, France. Their baguettes are made fresh, in-house daily.
- Bánh Mì & Roll Factory (http://foodtrucksnashs.org/truck/banh-mi-roll-factory): Bánh Mì & Roll Factory whips up Vietnamese cuisine, with fresh takes on spring rolls, phở, and specialty sandwiches. A “bánh mì” (Vietnamese for “bread”) is a sandwich served on a baguette-style roll. This truck serves up all kinds of sandwiches, including vegan and vegetarian options.
After Friday’s event, the trucks will return to Williamson Medical Center in the spring of 2018.
“Food Truck Friday” happens from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m., inside the medical center’s parking lot off Covey Drive.
It is open to the public, so feel free to join them for lunch.
About Williamson Medical Center
Williamson Medical Center offers comprehensive inpatient and outpatient services, 24-hour emergency care, preventive health screenings and wellness activities. Services offered by Williamson Medical Center are developed to provide the most cost-effective, convenient and accessible health care possible.
More than 750 providers represent 70 medical specialties and sub-specialties. The caliber of physicians and care at Williamson Medical Center offers patients a level of expertise and sophistication one expects to find at larger facilities, but with compassion and convenience unique to WMC. Our campus also houses Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital Vanderbilt at Williamson Medical Center, which provides pediatric emergent and inpatient care. With our fully equipped pediatric rooms, we are now able to provide dedicated, focused, and specific care to the children of our community as well as their parents. For more information visit www.williamsonmedicalcenter.org.