The Farmer’s Belly - Locally sourced hand crafted paper plate gourmet!
They do: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Snacks, Coffee, Tea
At the Farmer’s Belly, healthy delicious farm to table meals are created using 10+ local farms and made from scratch by Jaime & Alex Steed. Everything from breakfast burritos with sriracha, to falafels, organic coffee, and griddled mac & cheese, is made to order and with a smile!
Miso Hungry! Authentic Japanese Cuisine
They do: Lunch, Dinner, Tea
OK, remember ramen in a styrofoam cup? This ‘aint it! This will make your taste buds do a happy dance! In addition to authentic Japanese ramen from passed down recipes, these folks add Hiyashi Chuka (chilled roasted-sesame ramen salad) Spicy Tuna Onigiri, Edamame, homemade Miso Soup, Menzou Poached egg over extra-fancy Japanese rice, fresh local flame braised pork, and more! Don’t forget to try their Japanese Mugi-cha tea, too! And don’t worry about styrofoam either–all of our bowls and cutlery are 100% compostable, and all the ingredients are sourced from local farms in VT, NH,
and Quebec. YEAH!
Isuken Coop: Farm to Food Truck from the New Mainer Somali Bantu Community!
They do:Lunch, Dinner, Snacks!
We are so excited to welcome the Isuken Coop to the festival for 2019. These community members from Lewiston Maine offers the full farm to table package–Coop members plant and harvest most of the ingredients that are used in the food truck, and the menu features traditional Somali Bantu dishes such as meat & veggie Sambosas, Mandazi bread, and REAL chai!
Root Juice: Fresh Pressed Juice & Smoothies
Here is where you come for your delicious and purifying fresh pressed juice and handmade smoothies–whether its real fresh squeezed OJ in the morning, a shot of fresh pressed ginger to invigorate you after your afternoon snooze, or a Banana, PB&Cacao smoothie that substitutes as your lunch. Kale-beet-apple-ginger, blueberry-basil, peaches & cream, and more!
Kimberly's Gluten Free Kitchen
A delicious option for lunch and dinner–100% gluten free!
Kimberly also focuses on gluten free with a mexican flair with delicious tacos in corn tortillas, using fresh ingredients and inventive recipes.
The Daily Grind: Espresso & Sweet Breads
Here’s where you come early in the morning for your locally roasted fair trade coffee, espresso, mocha, tea, and breakfast treats like croissants, sticky buns, homemade pop tarts, muffins and pastries! The Daily Grind hails from Westbrook Maine
Kezar Falls Breakfast Shack - Reasonable and delicious breakfasts
Gerties Steak Tip Dinners
Cheese Louise Artisan Grilled Cheese
They Do: Afternoon and Evening Lunch and Dinner Delicious high end comfort food–grilled cheese like you’ve never had it: Munster cheese with bacon, avacado and whiskey rye bread, woodfired pork butt with carmelized onions, sirracha BBQ and vermont cheddar on local challah, arugula tomato mozzerella and balsamic reduction on sourdough, it goes on and on! All with a locally crafted root beer or blueberry soda on the side!
Late Night Munchies Shack
The Mason’s food booth has all your cravings covered, and they are the only food booth open late night! Have some local brew in the beer tent, then head over to the dance barn and get down until you can’t dance no more, and then…indulge your craving for some cheesy fries, a good old fashioned bacon burger, or a fresh fish or lobstah roll!
This is the best chicken bbq you will ever go to. Say that again! This group of old timers charcoal grills their chicken with a thermometer and a couple of rags to wipe the sweat off their faces as they time the cooking and basting of their chicken so that it is the JUICIEST chicken you have ever tasted.
The dinner includes chicken, beans, coleslaw a drink, ice cream plenty of extra napkins! $12 a ticket.
The 5th Annual Farm to Table Brunch: Sunday July 28th, 11AM
The Farmer’s Belly proudly presents the 2nd Annual Farm To Table Brunch featuring a delicious and nutritious smorgasbord of brunch offerings raised within 30 miles. Check out our news article featuring more details.
The brunch will take place during the final performances of Sunday. Buy your tickets at The Farmer’s Belly anytime during the festival—a $20 ticket includes coffee/tea as well as a full plate of regionally sourced belly power! $5 of each ticket goes to support scholarships for the Ossipee Valley String Camp. Menu coming soon!
Tuckerman’s, Funkybow, Gneiss, Tumbledown, Bantam Ciders & More at the Beer Tent
Delicious brew on tap made with malted barley from Northern Maine and icy cold White Mountain spring water. Plus other breweries and hard cideries from a 30 mile radius will offer up their handcrafted brew! The beer tent has a fantastic view of the main stage! Don’t forget to check out the after hours acoustic cabaret on Friday and Saturday nights from 11-12AM!