Ten Reasons FAT Village's Art Walk Is Better Than Wynwood's
9. It's totally acceptable to bring your dog.
Jess Swanson There's enough sidewalk room to -- get this -- walk with your friend on one side and your pup on the other.
Pooches abound at FAT Village (some are arguably better-trained than a fair portion of the selfie-taking Wynwood crowd). Bring them into the galleries and the bars, or have them socialize with other art-criticizing canines in the streets. Just be sure to pack some waste bags to clean up after your four-legged friend.
8. There are food trucks here too!
Jess Swanson A vegan hot dog from Frankiedogs. It wouldn't be artwalk without Instagraming the contents of your stomach, right?
I'm confident if anyone took the time to count, they would find there are more food trucks than art galleries in Wynwood during Second Saturday Art Walk. Instead of an overwhelming fleet of overpriced food truck fare in that random Wynwood lot, FAT Village sprinkles its food trucks around tastefully. There's one in the back of C&I Studios. There's another stand in front serving vegan hot dogs. Down a corner there's another. Instead of eenie-meenie-minie-moe-ing your options, you'll catch a waft of something you like and follow the scent if you're feeling ravenous from all the art and all the walking.