Food Trucks Are “Catering” to Neighborhoods
Food trucks have been bringing their tasty bites to neighborhoods across Lancaster County for the past few months. Many are now booking fall dates. Check out these local food trucks and their social media to see where they will be popping up next! If they aren’t coming anywhere near you, some take neighborhood requests if you get enough families to join.
Mad Dash Concessions specializes in artisan grilled cheeses, including mac-and-cheese stuffed, spinach artichoke and buffalo chicken. Maddashgrilledcheese.com or find them on Facebook or Instagram @maddashc.
Sugar Whipped Bakery has been taking their cupcakes and macarons to the streets with their Neighborhood Quarantine Sugar Rush food truck visits. Vegan and gluten-free options are available. Sugarwhippedbakery.com or find them on Facebook or Instagram @sugarwhippedbakery.
Wyndridge Farm Brewing, which is based in York County, is now bringing their craft beverages to neighborhoods in Lancaster. They are also hosting a Pop-up Beer Garden every weekend through September 29 at Kissel Valley Farm (645 E. Oregon Rd., Lititz) that features their craft brews/ciders, outdoor entertainment and food trucks. Wyndridge.com or find them on Facebook or Instagram @wyndridgefarm.
Dough Heads Stuffed Waffles offers “wockets,” which are waffles stuffed with sweet and savory options. From bananas foster to buffalo chicken, they have something for every mood. Dough Heads are offering neighborhood pick up pre-orders. Order on their website and choose their upcoming location that works best for you. Then just wait until they send you a notification that your order is ready. Doughheadswaffles.com or find them on Facebook or Instagram @doughheadswaffles.
Grape Leaf Café serves authentic Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine. During COVID-19, they are doing neighborhood pop-ups. Find them on Facebook or Instagram @grapeleafcafe.
Savory’s Pumpkin Funnel Cakes, which is based in York, is making neighborhood visits in Lancaster County. Find them on Facebook for their latest pop-ups.
Lancaster Burger serves the classic combo of burger and fries, along with yummy varieties like mushroom-swiss and jalapeño. Their burgers are made with beef raised right here in Lancaster, but they also offer black bean and veggie burgers. Lancasterburger.com or find them on Facebook or Instagram @lancaster_burger.
Baron Von Schwein, which is a fixture at community events, has been rolling though neighborhoods for the last few months. Their specialty is comfort food – smoked meats, mac & cheese, cornbread, etc. Find them on Facebook and Instagram @baronvonschwein.
Grandview Vineyards may not have a food truck, but they are traveling the county for QuarantWine Rescues where they bring wine and wine slushies right to your neighborhood. They can also coordinate with local food trucks for a wine-and-dine combination. Grandviewwines.com.
Walk-O Taco serves tacos in a portable bag known as a “walking taco,” along with street tacos and sides. Find them on Facebook or Instagram @walkotacolanc.
22 BBQ specializes in Southern-style barbecue (and all the fixings). Based in West Grove, Chester County, pitmaster Art Ianni and his wife, Dor, take their truck all over South Central Pennsylvania and beyond to share their “slow & low” creations with barbecue fans. 22-bbq.com or find them on Facebook and Instagram @22bbqtruck.
Mista Twista is a new soft-serve ice cream truck in the Lancaster foodie scene. Their menu features ice cream (cones or cups), fresh-baked dessert sundaes, affogatos (espresso poured over ice cream with rolled wafer and chocolate shavings) and floats. Find them on Facebook or Instagram
Lancaster Cupcake is taking their famous cupcakes to the streets. Lancastercupcake.com or find them on Facebook or Instagram @lancastercupcake.
Note: Many food trucks and neighborhood pop-ups post about their schedules on Nextdoor.com. Sign up for the latest happening in your neighborhood.