Here’s where to find the food trucks this summer near Delaware

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In recent years, food trucks seem to have popped up all over the place.

You don’t just see them at music festivals or carnivals anymore. Business owners can now park in their own driveways or along a busy stretch of road and end up with a big turnout.

The COVID-19 pandemic, which emphasizes social distancing, outdoor dining, and takeout, may be responsible for a surge in the food truck industry.

So thinks Beach Bowl owner John Rinaldi. “Customers can eat out, take out and use contactless payment options. At Beach Bowls, we provide online ordering to avoid waiting in line. The food truck industry has thrived during the pandemic! »

One of the advantages of food trucks is that they often come to you. Some can even deliver right to your door!

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“Our main location is on Fenwick Island, but we are mobile and can be booked for events or festivals,” Rinaldi said. “We are also launching our second unit which will be fully mobile in the Dewey Beach area. Recently at Beach Bowls we signed our first franchisee, who will be launching a location in Clear Spring, Maryland!”

A trend of recent years is event catering trucks such as weddings and

degrees, instead of a traditional catering business.

“You can reserve Beach Bowls for any type of party, occasion or event…” Rinaldi said. “We attended birthday parties, graduations, community center gatherings, to name a few.”

Rinaldi and his team also want to end the misconceptions that food trucks are unhealthy and just another form of fast food.

Instead, he views Beach Bowls as a healthier alternative that’s part of a larger wellness trend.

“We are changing current expectations when consumers order a bowl of acai and dragon fruit. We provide fast and friendly service. We don’t alter the pure form of a super fruit, rather we exalt it by offering it as a frozen sorbet.”

Whether you’re craving an acai bowl, tacos, waffles, or a juicy burger, here are 12 food trucks that hope to serve you well this summer and beyond:

302 Food Plug is located along Newport Gap Pike.

Here you can get foods like cheesesteak spring rolls, crispy and tender fries, half salmon and half steak spring rolls and much more.

You can order online for takeout or delivery and 302 Food Plug can also be booked for catering. Hours are Monday to Friday 11am to 6:30pm

Beach Bowls takes a typical acai bowl and turns it into a fresher, healthier option.

By changing the bottom of their bowls to puree, they say they reduce the added sugars often present in these kinds of bowls.

When ordering, you can choose directly from their menu or customize your own bowl. Beach Bowls also offers several toast options.

This truck is always on the move. but you can head over to the official Beach Bowls Instagram to find them.

Beach Bowls, 38799 Bunting Ave., Fenwick Island, Delaware; beach-bowls.com/about-1

At Burgers by Wildwich, it’s really easy to get your food in three simple steps: 1. Order online. 2. Come and get it. 3. Enjoy the yum.

Seems easy enough, especially with a menu like this. You can find burgers, cheeseburgers. turkey burgers, crab cake sandwiches, hot dogs and more.

Visit the website to find out where Burgers by Wildwich will be located throughout the week.

Burgers by Wildwich, Wilmington, Delaware, (302) 898-5335; wildwich.com

Mojo Loco offers private catering for events, weddings, fundraisers, and more.

Menu items include Cajun Chicken Tacos, Asian Shrimp Tacos, Cubano Sandwich, Crab Fries, and other tasty treats.

You can reserve the truck on the Mojo Loco website.

Mojo Loco, Wilmington, Delaware, (302) 222-3866, mojoloco302.com

You can find Outlandish Food Truck parked in Newark on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and Sundays from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

The menu has a long list of dishes, including chicken and waffles, crab fries, Caesar salad with shrimp, and other dishes.

Visit the truck’s Facebook page to find out where it will be next.

Extravagant Food Truck, 109 Brennen Drive, Newark, Delaware, (302) 359-7763; facebook.com/OutlandishFoodTruck/?ref=page_internal

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Sunday to Thursday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. at 11 p.m., you can taste the “best smash burgers at the beach!” of Smashmouth Burgers.

The food truck is on the move all over the state. so be sure to follow on Facebook to see where they’ll be next.

Some menu items include the BLT smash, Blue Ribbon burger, farmhouse burger, smash fries, and other options.

You can book the truck for private events on their website.

Good Truck Star Grill, Wilmington, Delaware

This food truck located in Wilmington offers a large menu for you to choose from.

Some items include chicken fingers, fries, garden salad, lamb gyro, fish and prawns over rice and more.

You can order online and pick up your order at the truck. Truck schedules are

Monday to Saturday from 11 a.m. to 7.30 p.m.

Star Grill Halal Food, 400 MLK JR Blvd… Wilmington, Delaware, qmenu.us/#/star-grill-halal-food-wilmington/menu/0

What’s better than going to a professional event that offers free food? Going to a work event that has free tacos from Taco Reho is what.

Taco Reho can be reserved for lunch breaks, festivals and private events.

In this truck, you can get an array of tacos, burritos, bowls, and “dillas” (quesadillas), along with Baja fish, Tinga chicken, grilled vegetables, and more.

They also offer hot dogs, taquitos and churros. The truck’s “tour schedule” can be found on their website as well as the location of the Taco Reho restaurant in Rehoboth Beach.

Taco Reho, 18784 Coastal Road, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, tacoreho.com

No one appreciates good food at a good price more than students. That’s why Chef Mike, owner of The Wandering Chef, parks his cart at the University of Delaware Monday through Friday during the school year.

On Sundays, you can find the cart at the Newark Co-Op Farmer’s Market while it’s

in season and during the summer, you can find the truck at Rodney Square in Wilmington.

The menu changes daily based on seasonal ingredients and whatever Chef Mike finds at the local markets that day.

You can check their Facebook or Twitter to find out what’s featured daily.

Wandering Chef’s Food Cart, Delaware, chef-errant.com

You can order online from a large menu at Turbo Mexico in Wilmington.

The menu includes gorditas, burrito burgers, tacos, quesapizza, quesadillas and more.

Turbo Mexico, 2701 Concord Pike, Wilmington, Delaware,turbomexico302.com

The Uncle John’s BBQ Stand is available on Grubhub and can be ordered online from their website.

You can check their Facebook page to find out where they will be throughout the week.

Enjoy the homemade sauces on one of the made-to-order sandwiches.

The Uncle John’s BBQ Stand is open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday.

Uncle John’s BBQ Stand, 2509 Philadelphia Pike, Claymont, Delaware, (302) 333-6760, facebook.com/unclejohnsbbqstand

Waffle’n Joe is open Tuesdays from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., Wednesday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m., and

Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The truck can be reserved for private coffee and waffle events or you can check the location calendar to see where the truck will be next.

At Waffle’n Joe, they specialize in artisanal roasted coffees and Liège waffles.

Waffle’n Joe, Elkton, (540) 923-3546, wafflenjoe.com

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