Waterfront food trucks in Bangor to resume operations this week — Bangor — Bangor Daily News — BDN Maine

Waterfront meals vehicles in Bangor to renew operations this week — Bangor — Bangor Day by day Information — BDN Maine

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Bangor’s Waterfront meals vehicles are set to reopen starting this week — just a few weeks after their typical seasonal debut in mid-Might due to the coronavirus pandemic, however simply in time for hotter climate.

The 5 spots for waterfront meals vehicles will start internet hosting distributors this weekend, based on Tracy Willette, Bangor’s director of parks and recreation, with JJ’s Jerk Shack hoping to be open by Saturday, and Pompeii Pizza’s cell pizza oven set to open on June 1. MELT, Casa Mexicana and Wild Cow Creamery will spherical out the lineup in mid-June.

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Parks and recreation employees have met with distributors to coordinate easy methods to safely function meals vehicles and permit for social distancing.

“Based mostly on the present steering, every truck will use the curbside, grab-and-go mannequin to begin the season,” Willette stated. “The serving facet of every truck has been re-oriented to face the parking zone. This allowed us to determine a meals court docket space for every truck to determine service traces with the included 6-foot distancing in every line.”

Different Bangor meals vehicles not on the waterfront are in numerous levels of opening. The Lobstah Buoy has been open since April 1 within the parking zone of the Bangor Funplex, and the YumBus is about to renew making crepes on Sundays on the Bangor Farmers Market in Abbott Sq. in June.

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