In honor of Fly After 5 becoming a bi-monthly publication, we’re here to bring you twice the Lancaster County fun. That means twice the music, twice the food and twice the arts and culture. Be on the lookout for our first two issues Sept. 1 and Sept. 15.
Who doesn’t love a good food truck while out and about in Lancaster County? They make them for every kind of food you can imagine now, and you’ll find at least one at any event. Here are two food trucks that we can’t live without, and we don’t think you should either.
It’s classic, it’s delicious and it’s everywhere. Lancaster Brgr Company has become a staple in the county’s food truck scene, and for good reason. They’ve got delicious burgers, fries and milkshakes galore – perfect for on-the-go or on-your-feet eating. Learn how to have them at your event here.
“But waffles aren’t portable,” you may say. “How does one make a food truck out of waffles?” you may ask. Drew Cordell and his team make these unique and delicious stuffed waffles with things you couldn’t imagine in your dizziest breakfast day dreams – peanut butter and bananas, eggs and sausage, ice cream, you name it. Learn more about the creation here.
Serving a private lunch event for @clairglobal ((#clairbrothes)) & then off to @springgatevineyard again! Catch us there at the vineyard anytime from 3-8 pm. Pictured here is the ◇BRAND NEW◇ Mediterranean waffle : Shenks chicken, Lancaster County cherry tomatoes, baby bell peppers, red onion, kalamata olives, Greek vinaigrette & feta cheese! @chefdodds killed it on this one!! #doughheadswaffles #getstuffed #mediterraneanfood #feta #foodporn EDIT//: Almost forgot — thanks @brisayswhaat for the beautiful hand modeling!
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