If you are reading this, then you are lookin' for our
whereabouts and we so appreciate you takin' the time to check in.
you find us out and about you can expect only made-from-scratch Maine Eats, along with dedication to the very best service
from an impeccably clean truck.
This page is always a work in
progress, so please check back often for updates! I will be adding more events as they are confirmed.
Wednesday, February 28th, Gainey Ranch, 8800 N Gainey Center Dr., Scottsdale. 11am-1pm.
Friday, March 2nd, Canal Convergence, Scottsdale Waterfront
along the Canal, between Scottsdale Rd and Goldwater Blvd. At the Roundabout in front of Olive and Ivy. 4-10pm.
Saturday, March 3rd, The Good Life Festival at Encanterra, 36460 N Encanterra Dr., San Tan Valley, Arizona 85142. This a ticketed event. Please see The Good Life Festival website for
tickets to see Cheap Trick and Joan Jett and the Blackhearts!
Monday, March 5th, Morrison Ranch, 7339 E Plata Ave., Mesa. 5-8pm.
Tuesday March 6th, Private Lunch.
Friday, Saturday and
Sunday, March 9, 10 and 11, Scottsdale Arts Festival, Scottsdale Civic Center Mall, 3939 N Drinkwater Blvd, Scottsdale. Friday and Saturday, 10am-6pm, Sunday, 10am-5pm.
Wednesday, March 14th, Food Truck Roundup at Gold Canyon, 6589 S Kings Ranch Rd., Gold Canyon. 3:30-
Thursday, March 15th, Superstition Farm, 3440 S Hawes Rd, Mesa. 5-8pm.
March 16th, Gilbert Feastival, at the Gilbert Sam's Club, 1225 N Gilbert Rd., Gilbert. 5:30-9pm.
Saturday and Sunday, March 17th and 18th, St. Paddy's Weekend Roadhouse Food Truck Derby, Downtown
Cave Creek, 10am-6pm both days.
Monday, March 19th, Scottsdale
Promenade, 16427 N Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale. 11am-1:30pm.
Saturday and Sunday, March 23, 24 and 25, Tempe Festival of the Arts, Maple Avenue, north of 5th St., Downtown Tempe.
10am-5:30pm each day.
Friday, March 30th, Food Truck Friday WEST, Sam's
Club 18501 N 83rd Ave, Glendale, 5-9pm.
Saturday, March 31st. The Shop Beer Co., 922 W 1st St., Tempe. 2-8pm.
just FYI, nope, that wasn't us on Shark Tank, but rather an L.A. based truck and again, nope, we are not one of the franchises
of that company.
We are a small, family run
company deeply rooted in Maine's Lobster industry and dedicated to promoting it's stellar sustainability practices.
My business and life partner is a Maine island Lobster fisherman and I have worked alongside
him on the stern of his Lobster boat. Together we have intimate knowledge of that industry from trap to table and are
proud to serve our customers only wild caught Maine Lobster, traceable back to the boat that caught it-absolutely, without
a doubt, the finest Lobster in the world.
Lobster Rolls is tasting Maine!
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in and drop us a line if you'd like, we ♥ hearin from
our friends and fans!