Where to find your favorite food truck
FlipSidePA's Anthony Machcinski and GameTimePA's Teddy Feinberg scope out the food options at What the Food Trucks in York.
Were you kicking it on the beach Labor Day Weekend? Maybe you were just grilling up some burgers and jammin’ with the fam, but you missed an awesome food truck festival in York!
Don’t let your heart sink over the savory bites you missed at What the Food Trucks — FlipSidePA has you covered.
Here’s where to check out some of your favorite trucks throughout the area.
Vie Vie’s Food Truck
After What the Food Trucks, Vie Vie’s will take a brief hiatus. The next time the infamous reubens on the run will make an appearance will be at the Bridge Bust on the Wrightsville-Columbia bridge on Oct. 1. The rain date for that event is Oct. 15.
For more information on the truck or its schedule, visit its Facebook page.
Do you like food and history? Then you’ll enjoy the next chance to see Bountiful Feast.
The popular food truck will take its talents to Harrisburg for Fort Hunter Day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 18.
For more information on the truck, visit its website www.thebountifulfeast.com.
Mad Dash Concessions
Craving that grilled mac-n-cheese sandwich? We know you are.
The best way to catch Mad Dash is by heading to the next York Revolution game. The same owners of the truck have a stand on the left side of PeoplesBank Park.
With seven games left in the Revolution regular season, grab the last bites of summer with Mad Dash and the Revs.
For more information, head to its website www.maddashgrilledcheese.com.
The Cow and The Curd
Failed to get your curd fix at What the Food Trucks? Don't sweat it! There are plenty of opportunities to see The Cow and The Curd.
Next weekend, The Cow and The Curd will be at three events — the Doylestown Arts Festival, the Meadowlands Food Truck Mashup in New Jersey and the Kennett Square Mushroom Festival in Kennett Square.
Check out its website www.thecowandthecurd.com for more information.
Chick ‘n’ Cone
You won’t have to wait too long to get your hands on that chicken and waffle cone goodness.
Catch Chick’nCone at the next big York County eating event, the York Fair.
Get more information on Chick’nCone on its website www.chickncone.com.
Aside from its popular food truck, Soul Burrito operates a brick-and-mortar restaurant in Harrisburg. It's open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday in Dauphin Plaza at 3816 Union Deposit Road.
More information can be found on its website www.soulburrito.com.
Missed your fill of PoBoys and gumbo? Agin’ Cajun will be at the Gettysburg Wine and Music Festival on Sept. 10 and 11.
Get more information on the truck at its Facebook page.