We get a lot of questions about our food truck park, so we thought we would share some of the answers!
YES – Most trucks accept credit cards.
YES – We have an ATM on site.
YES – There’s lots of onsite parking. We have more than 150 parking spaces, as well as an overflow grass area. (It often looks more full from the road than it actually is.)
YES – There is a trolley stop in front of Congdon’s and a crosswalk with warning lights if you’re walking to us.
NO – We can’t say precisely when we close. It depends on how late the crowds go. Generally, we will stay open until at least 10 pm and will go as late as midnight (weather permitting). If we close before 10 pm, we will post it on our Facebook page.
YES – There is seating in the beer garden. It’s a great option if the picnic tables fill up.
YES – There are bathrooms inside. Go into the beer garden, and keep taking a lefts. There are porta-potties in the parking lot.
YES – Dogs are allowed on leashes. Unfortunately, they cannot go into the beer garden.
NO – We don’t have updated menus for each of the food trucks. We have more than 20 trucks that join us regularly and they often change their menus.
YES – You can find out which trucks are coming in the upcoming week by going to www.cadfoodtrucks.com. We post the trucks for each day on Facebook by 2 pm.
YES – There are gluten free options. Knew Potato Caboose is entirely gluten-free and with us regularly
NO – We do not have a full bar in the food truck area. One truck has a limited alcohol menu, but the beer garden (green-covered patio attached to the restaurant) has the full menu.
YES – Outside of five domestics, all of our beers are from Maine breweries. Our “Maine Menu” has more than 30 different types of Maine beers and rotates regularly. (Download Untappd app for up to date menus).
We're very sorry to report we will no longer be selling cans of Honey Dip Blonde for retail purchase. Unfortunately, a problem with the fermentation process has resulted in overcarbonation and caused cans to overflow upon opening or explode if they were not kept refrigerated. If this has happened to the cans you purchased, please let us know and we will refund you. Just email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you still have cans that have not been refrigerated, please discard. If they have been kept cool, they should be OK.
Attention Food Truck Fans! Check out this awesome event on 10/21 for a great cause, featuring some of our best friends from this summer: NOM BAI Street Kitchen, Crêpe Elizabeth, Knew Potato Caboose, and Lone Pine Brewing Company!!! #WhoRunTheWorldGrab your hairnet and clear your calendar SUNDAY 10/21 NOON til 5 for our first annual Lunch Ladies of Portland! Celebrate some of the areas best food trucks and carts run and owned by women. This shindig is also a fundraiser for the Maine Breast Cancer Coalition. A part of all sales go directly to help Maine women get access to breast cancer screening and treatment. We'll be parking our butts on Anderson Ave and partnering with @lonepinebrewing @bluelobsterwines @eighteentwentywines @themuthahtruckah @nombaiportland @knewpotatoco @grillinbrazilian @sugasugaportland Get out and support the ladies; our food and our breasts!!!! ... See MoreSee Less