Each year more and more food trucks keep popping up in our small town and let’s just say these tiny trucks carry some big flavor. Go check out these local food trucks the next time you are in the area, you won’t be disappointed.
Some of the best food in Bethel comes out of this small charming blue shanty. Le Mu Eats serves up a fusion of cuisines inspired by Chef Sav’s Lao-American heritage. Le Mu is located right next to Steam Mill Brewing, so grab some food and head into Steam Mill for a beer. Le Mu is open Thursday through Sunday from 12-8PM.
An awesome new lunch option while on the slopes, The Woody Food Truck is now parked slopeside at the Grand Summit Hotel. Ski right up to grab some lunch so you don’t miss out on any turns. Their cheese curds are a must-try, made with beer batter from Steam Mill, a local brewery. The Woody Food Truck is open Saturday and Sunday from 10:30AM-4PM.
Tripp’s Farmhouse Cafe is back for a second season here in Bethel. This year their food truck “Ona” is parked at Peak Properties of Maine, so you can stop in on your way to or from the slopes. Tripp’s is a dedicated gluten-free facility serving up grain and dairy-free products, raw honey, and organically raised pork and chicken. The food truck is open Fridays from 7AM-8PM, Saturdays from 7AM-6PM, and all week long during vacation weeks from 7AM-5PM.
This small food truck is filled with flavorful meats and scratch-made sides. From pulled pork to brisket to ribs, they are all smoked on low heat and dry rubbed with secret spices. Open Friday through Sunday from 11:30AM to 7:30PM (or anytime you see the smoker going) in the parking lot next to the Good Food Store.