On Monday the Bangor City Council approved an ordinance amendment that will now allow up to "five seasonal concessions" on the waterfront, including giving them the option to extend their hours.
The York County Board of Supervisors gave its unanimous approval to food trucks Tuesday night, passing an ordinance that allows the mobile food vending vehicles on developed and occupied private properties throughout the county.
New bakeries and take-out options augment traditional classics in the historic summer destination.
Award-winning specialty food manufacturer, Stonewall Kitchen will host its second annual “Battle of the Food Trucks” on Saturday, Aug. 1 from 4 to 7 p.m. at Stonewall Kitchen Headquarters, back parking lot, 2 Stonewall Lane, York, Maine 03909.
It was crispy, buttery, chewy, crunchy, tangy, sour and creamy, all at the same time. It was like a blockbuster Broadway musical, dancing in my mouth.
Fishin’ Ships, which opened its window earlier this month, thanks to a Kickstarter campaign, is the city’s only “ocean-to-table” fish and chips food truck. Brown, a Bar Harbor native, and Gorelick, a transplanted Philadelphian, use fish like hake, pollock and redfish, which, unlike cod, have stable populations.
Schitzel’s plans to serve chicken and pork schnitzel — thin pounded, breaded, fried cutlets — with potato salad, gulasch and green salads. There will also be sausages like bratwurst and currywurst, and Belgian fries.