Maryland Food Truck Week is July 10-26
People who are hesitant to dine in at any restaurants due to the Coronavirus are in luck — you can eat outside or where ever you choose by participating in Maryland Food Truck Week!
Maryland Food Truck Week starts Friday, July 10, and will run to Sunday, July 26. (So, really it’s more like food truck month!) The trucks will travel around the state and will make stops on certain days in Baltimore County each week.
A full list of all the trucks and where they will be in Baltimore County from July 10 to the 26 can be found at www.marylandfoodtruckweek.com/dailyschedule.
Regular Food Truck Schedule for Baltimore County
On Tuesdays from 4:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. the trucks will be at the White Marsh VFC located at 10331 Philadelphia Rd White Marsh, MD 21162 as well at the North Point-Edgemere VFD from 4:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. located at 7500 North Point Rd Edgemere, MD 21219.
The Trucks will be in Towson on Wednesdays at the Ascension Lutheran Church from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. located at 7510 York Road Towson, MD 21204.
On Wednesday, July 22nd only, the trucks will be in Middle River at the Assembly of God Church from 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. located at 9620 Bird River Rd. Middle River, MD 21220.
On Fridays, the trucks will be in Middle River at the Bowleys Quarters VFC 4:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. located at 900 Bowleys Quarters Rd Middle River, MD 21220.
Maryland Food Truck Week gives visitors and residents a chance to dive into the unique culmination of culinary delights throughout the state of Maryland. Maryland Food Truck Week is the largest promotion of the local food truck scene, gathering over a hundred of the best food trucks in the Nation.
From international fare to classic American cuisine, Maryland is home to many great food trucks and well-renowned chefs. This summer, discover incredible cuisine and exclusive deals at some of the best food trucks in the Country during Maryland Food Truck Week celebrations.
“Food Truck Week is important to the MD MFVA, and vital to the food truck industry in Maryland because it promotes small businesses and their owners that consistently showcase a level of culinary expertise on wheels that Maryland’s citizens gravitate towards on a daily basis,” Nicole Youse, President of the Maryland Mobile Food Vending Association said.
“The MD MFVA is here solely to support food truck owners in these missions, and we love that Food Truck Week is our way to showcase what food trucks do each day to everyone across the state.”
Maryland Food Truck weeks also partners with Meals on Wheels and in 2019, $2,631.25 were raised for Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland.
Bebo’s Mac Shack food truck at Perry Hall Seven Courts Dr.
Miss Twist Ice Cream, based in Essex, is one of the many Food Trucks participating in Maryland Food Truck Week!