BALTIMORE — Maryland Food Truck Week starts this weekend from October 18 to 27.
“Every year, it is a pleasure to introduce new local food trucks and give accolades to those who have been on the road for almost a decade. Food Trucks are much more than street vendors. As the 2020 party and catering agenda is booking up, we want to make sure you pick the best caterer for all upcoming events and celebrations.“, declared Willy Dely, founder and owner of Au Jus Solutions, a Baltimore-based food and beverage consulting agency which has been organizing Maryland Food Truck Week since 2016.
Meals on Wheels will benefit from Maryland Food Truck Week. Meals on Wheels aims to enable people to live independently at home through the provision of nutritious meals, personal contact and related services.
Maryland Food Truck Week offers visitors and residents a chance to dive into the unique culmination of culinary delights throughout Maryland.
Where to find food trucks:
Maryland Food Truck Week will kick off with a free food truck rally at South Point in Port Covington on October 18 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., featuring food trucks, beverages and DJ music right on the waterfront. The event is free and open to the public.
On Saturday, October 19 from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. ten food trucks will be invading the little town of Aberdeen for Food Trucks in the Park, an official Maryland Food Truck Week event, with local craft vendors, live music and family activities.
Throughout the week, food trucks can be then found on the road and the full schedule will be posted on Marylandfoodtruckweek.com. Volunteer Fire Stations and local community groups will be hosting food trucks on weeknights.
Maryland Food Truck Week will end with a Grande Final at the Baltimore Museum of Industry on Sunday, October 27 from noon to 4 p.m. featuring 12 food trucks, local vendors, beer and wine, and live music. All families are invited to join this free event for an unforgettable “Boo Bash” with local food trucks.