Food Truck Fridays return

Last year, people gathered in droves at the Lewis County Fairgrounds for Food Truck Fridays. To provide social distancing this year, the food trucks will be scattered throughout the village. Photo submitted

LOWVILLE — Food Trucks Fridays are back for another year. However, due to restrictions on social gatherings, the event has been revamped.

“Food Truck Fridays has been successful in bringing the community together,” said event organizer Brittany Davis, executive director of Lewis County Economic Development. “But during this time, we need to be creative, and figure out a way to ‘bring the community together’ while ‘staying apart.’ We are excited to continue in our fourth year of the event with the village take over.”

In the past, people have gathered in droves at the Lewis County Fairgrounds where food trucks, serving a variety of menu choices from snacks, to full meals to desserts, have been set up.

Instead, Food Truck Fridays 2020 will be a village take over event with trucks scattered throughout the village.

There will be 11 food vendors at seven locations during each of the three Friday nights, 4 to 9 p.m. July 31; 4 to 8:30 p.m. Aug. 28 and Sept. 18.

Lewis County Fairgrounds, 5485 Bostwick St.:

Freeman’s Taffy

Tug Hill Lunchbox — Pulled pork, Philly cheese steak, Gianelli sausage, hamburgers, hot dogs

Dairy Princess Ice Cream (in the Dairy Building)

Tractor Supply, 5710 Number Four Road:

Lamont’s Food Fair — Black Angus burgers, Hofmann hot dogs, sweet sausage

Kim’s Cheesecake on a Stick

Merrell & Merrell Law Office, 7624 N. State St.:

Side Hussle — Authentic Mexican tacos and specialities

Lowville American Legion, 5383 Dayan St.:

Squishy’s BBQ — Smoked brisket, pulled pork, ribs, smoked turkey legs, smoked sauage

Judge’s Quarters Bed & Breakfast, 7485 S. State St.:

Driftwood BBQ — Smoked pulled pork, beef brisket, prime rib, baby-back ribs, specialty burgers

Lowville Farmers Co-op, 5500 Shady Ave.:

Humble Palace — Hamburgers

Skewed Brewing, 5501 Trinity Ave.:

Holy Smokes BBQ — Pulled pork, pulled chicken, beef brisket, ribs, poutine

Brake from the Grind — Soups, salads, sandwiches

Look for the signs announcing where food trucks are located. Patrons must wear face masks and follow social distancing.

Johnson Newspapers 7.1

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