Hot summer days means delicious food on the Bangor Waterfront!

I can't lie, I have a fairly huge obsession with food trucks. I really get obsessed when there are multiple trucks in one space at the same time, so it goes without saying that I have spent more than a few days on the Bangor Waterfront, grabbing lunch.

With this amazing heat wave, things are really heating up now, because we now know which food trucks will set up camp for the season on the waterfront!

Barring exceptions, there will be 5 trucks ready to serve up some delicious delicacies, each and every day, right near the Penobscot River.

Here is the lineup:

Nora's Grill- They specialize in comfort classics with the main attractions being hot dogs, burgers, and hand-cut french fries accompanied by weekly specials.

Little Red Snack Shack-They serve ribbon fries, with many different toppings, plus, chicken tenders, wraps, sandwiches, and lots of tasty deserts.

The Red Barn Roadshow-Delicious Fried Maine seafood, onion rings, chicken & more!

Pompeii Pizza-A mainstay on the Bangor Waterfront, they are back again for another year, serving up tasty pizza pies.

Wild Cow Creamery-Nothing better than ice cream on a hot summer day. You can't beat these sweet treats!

And, if you really love food trucks, our BEATS & EATS food truck festival is back.

Don't miss it, Saturday, June 25, 2022 on the Bangor Waterfront. Get ready to chow down at the party of the summer on the Bangor Waterfront! Food trucks & street food vendors from all over Maine will be dishing up a big selection of crazy good street food. Get your foodie friends and friends who like to party and head to the Bangor Waterfront to try out some new, mouth-watering dishes or indulge in your usual faves, complete with ice cold adult beverages, games and awesome live music.

Get your tickets here

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