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The Owings Mills community rallies behind restaurants in need with Food Truck Wednesdays

Posted at 9:08 AM, Jan 13, 2021

OWINGS MILLS, BALTIMORE COUNTY — The Owings Mills community is rallying behind restaurants in need with a new Food Truck Wednesday night.

Residents Stacy Fox and Scott Landsman came up with the idea to safely socialize while supporting local businesses.

A different food truck sets up at The Estates at Fields of Sagamore off of Bond Avenue every Wednesday.

Last week's vendor, The Smoking Swine was a huge success and sold out of food. You might recognize its owner, L. Drew Pumphrey from The Food Network's Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. Pumphrey is extremely appreciative of the community's support. He was supposed to open a new restaurant, The Hanover, in Brooklyn in April but it has been delayed due to COVID-19. He now operates the food truck and can be booked to stop by your neighborhood. The Smoking Swine will return to the Owings Mills location on February 3.

Tonight's food truck vendor is Greek On The Street, another excellent option!

If you are interested in supporting the Owings Mills food truck night, more information can be found on Facebook:
Diners are asked to pre-ordering food on the social media account before pick-up.