Food Truck Popup @ the Pavilion returns to St. Jay for second year

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ST. JOHNSBURY — Discover St. Johnsbury’s Food Truck Popup @ the Pavilion is back and bigger than ever! Now in its second year, the popular food event will return to the Trailhead Pavilion at 195 Bay Street in downtown St. Johnsbury.

Due to popular demand, the series will expand its dates, taking place on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each summer month – June 13 & 27, July 11 & 25, and August 8 & 22, from 4:30 PM – 7:30 PM. Each event will feature more food vendors, live music, corn hole, and more!

“The message was loud and clear that we needed to add more dates and additional vendors. St. J sure loves food trucks!” said Gillian Sewake, Director of Discover St. Johnsbury.

The first event, slated for Tuesday, June 13, will host a variety of vendors offering a range of culinary delights. These vendors include Avelie’s Sweet Treats, Genuine Jamaican, Lady Shaye’s Catering, NEK Catering, San Song Kitchens, Smokin’ Somethin’ BBQ, Vulgar Display of Poutine, and Woodbelly Pizza.

Alongside the delicious food, St. Johnsbury’s own Loud Moon will provide live music and Denelle Noyes will offer face painting.

Additionally, the weekly gravel bike meetup hosted by guide Land Animal Adventures will meet at the pavilion each Tuesday at 5:30 PM.

Future events will feature a rotating list of vendors, including Mexi-Rico Autentico, Kingdom Kreperie, Maria’s Kusina, Chef Nadav, Rocky’s New York Style Hot Dogs, Shrubby’s Smokeshack, Farm to Fire Pizza, and Mo’s Backyard BBQ.

For the full vendor lineup for all six dates, visit www.discoverstjohnsbury.com/foodtruckpopup or call the Welcome Center at 802-748-8575.

The events will take place rain or shine. Attendees are encouraged to bring a picnic blanket or seating in case picnic tables are full. Limited parking is available at the pavilion, including ADA accessible spots. Additional parking is available at Depot Square Park and the free Pearl Street Lot, with the pavilion a short walk away through the ‘honking tunnel’.

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