According to its website, the 60-year-old garden center and landscaping company wanted to “pay it forward” to struggling food trucks suffering from a loss of business due to food truck events being canceled thanks to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Popular food trucks who have vended there or will vend there soon are:
Ma and Pa’s Tex-Mex BBQ
Mary’s Mobile Diner
Red’s Rolling Restaurant
The Chilly Banana
The Little Sicilian
The Munchy Machine
More to come!
They even have an area set up outside with some tables and chairs and frequently update their website, Facebook, and email list with schedule and information.
Social distancing guidelines are required to enjoy food from the food truck vendors on-site. Most trucks accept credit cards and some take Venmo or Paypal.
Flagg’s seems like the place to be this summer for your food truck fix!
While there’s still a good bit of uncertainty over when restaurants and specialty food shops can open to allow customers inside, a popular South Jersey-based cupcake truck announced it will be opening a brick & mortar location in downtown Moorestown.
Cupcake Carnivale will take over the old location of The Cubby Hole, which, earlier in the year, moved into more spacious digs on Main Street.
The new bakery and cafe, located at 55 East Main Street is currently undergoing a fresh coat of paint and expects a Summer 2020 opening.
Once the pandemic restrictions are lifted, they will be serving brunch on the weekends offering such fare as scratch-made fluffy buttermilk biscuits and gravy, house-made granola and yogurt, and stuffed brioche French toast with seasonal fruit toppings.
The award-winning sweet food truck, known for its fancy cupcakes, started in 2012 by Jeffrey Jimenez and quickly became a food truck festival favorite in the Philadelphia and South Jersey area.
Stay tuned for more details as they become available.