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Food trucks are parked on the Bangor beach on June 12, 2018, this photo file.

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The Bangor’s Waterfront food truck will reopen starting this week – a few weeks after their typical seasonal debut in mid-May due to the coronavirus pandemic, but just in time for warmer weather.

Five places for waterfront food trucks will start hosting vendors this weekend, according to Tracy Willette, director of parks and recreation Bangor, with Jerk Shack JJ hoping to open on Saturday, and Pompeii Pizza ’The mobile pizza oven will open on June 1. MELT, Casa Mexicana and Wild Cow Creamery will complete the formation in mid-June.

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Parks and recreation staff have met with vendors to coordinate how to operate food trucks safely and allow social distance.

“Based on current guidelines, each truck will use a curbside, grab-and-go model to start the season,” Willette said. “The presentation side of each truck has been reoriented to face the parking lot. This allows us to build a food court area for each truck to build a 6 foot service line that is included in each lane. “

Other Bangor food trucks that are not by the sea are in various stages of opening. Lobstah buoys has been open since April 1 in the Bangor Funplex parking lot, and YumBus is set to continue making crepes on Sunday at the Bangor Farmers Market in Abbott Square in June.

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