Food Truck Tuesday in Larkinville welcomes 6 new trucks

There’s no shortage of choice at Food Truck Tuesday in Larkinville, especially with six new vendors joining the lineup.

From 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. every Tuesday from June 4 to August 27, there will be 20 food trucks from a rotating list of 38 at Larkin Square (745 Seneca St.) with live music playing.

From meatball subs to lobster rolls, vegan ice cream to protein coffee, new food trucks expand the already abundant choices of food and drinks available each week. Here’s an overview of what’s new.

Kole Kingsland creates next-level homemade ice cream in homemade waffle cones at his Big Papa’s Creamery food truck.

Derek Gee, Buffalo News

Big Papa CreameryDuring the pandemic, third-generation barber Kole Kingsland watched a YouTube video of someone making ice cream and thought, “That looks easy.” So he bought an ice cream machine and started serving ice cream to his customers after cutting their hair. Eventually, Kingsland turned to creating ice cream full time. This is the third season of Big Papa’s Creamery and the first time at Larkin Square. Big Papa’s offers a dozen regular flavors – Salted Caramel Crunch is popular – and two or three dairy-free flavors. The lemon poppy, orange cream and blueberry flavors are vegan. Kingsland uses local, seasonal produce to create special flavors, such as strawberry balsamic pepper, peach and blueberry cobbler, and natural ingredients, including spirulina, beetroot and turmeric, to color the ice cream . Kingsland is building a new ice cream parlor in Lancaster that it hopes to open next June.

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Broadway NutritionLancaster-based Broadway Nutrition serves coffee drinks with a healthy food truck twist. Think of them as high-protein equivalents of foods that normally have little nutritional value, like glazed donuts, coffee, and waffles. Broadway Nutrition foods, including protein balls, protein shakes, and protein coffee, are ideal for people counting their macros. It also offers bubble tea and acai bowls.

Maine Lobster CousinsThere’s no need to travel to the rugged coast of Maine for an authentic lobster roll, just visit Cousins ​​Maine Lobster food truck for chilled lobster and hot butter served on a lobster roll. New England. Cousins ​​Maine Lobster is a food truck and restaurant franchise that started in Maine, received seed funding from “Shark Tank” and has since spread across the country. Today, he offers his signature lobster bisque, New England clam chowder and other seafood specialties at Larkin Square. Choose from a menu of lobster quesadillas, gluten-free tacos and tater tots dipped in clam chowder.

Coyote CafeThe Coyote Cafe food truck is making its debut in Larkin Square, although it has been around for a decade. His original food truck was too big for the Food Truck Tuesday setup, owner Jeff Giovino said, but his new second truck allows him to join the lineup. “I know it’s a busy place,” Giovino said. Coyote Café, operating in Hamburg Village since 1993, serves burrito bowls, monster burritos, loaded nachos and tacos from its food truck, along with sides of sopa de fideo, or as Giovino calls it. called, “Mexican spaghetti”, and Spanish rice.

Viola’s submarineFamily-owned Viola’s Submarine has been feeding Niagara Falls residents and visitors for over 60 years. Now, owner Peter Tardibuono is bringing his steak and cheese sandwiches to Larkin Square. The steak and cheese, made with freshly sliced ​​ribeye, is Viola’s most popular sandwich. Other sandwiches include hand-rolled meatballs in tomato sauce, capicola, assorted cold cuts and fried bologna. All sandwiches can be prepared as salads for those looking for a healthier option. Viola’s imports its bread from Four Season’s Bakery across the border in Ontario. Viola’s launched its food truck last year after using a tent for events.

Dessert worldBakers Anastasia and Pavel Shevchenko launched World of Desserts in April, inspired by beloved desserts from their international travels. Both are originally from Moldova and traveled throughout Europe before moving to Buffalo. Pavel is a college-trained pastry chef and Anastasia was a doctor and baker purely as a hobby until she received certification from an online pastry school in the fall. They offer a basic menu of Italian tiramisu, American banana bread and apple turnover, as well as Australian pavlova, a light and airy meringue dessert (and also their favorite). They make a few rotating specials each week, like French éclairs or Swedish cinnamon rolls, and serve hot and iced espresso drinks.

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Food Truck Tuesday returns to Larkin Square on June 4.

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Returning TrucksHere are the food trucks returning to Food Truck Tuesday (list subject to change):

Britesmith Brewing, Buffalo Bros Burgers, Caribbean Flava, Dirty Bird Chicken and Waffles, Cheesy Chick, Falafel Bar, Fat Bob’s, Gabriela’s Kitchen, Great Aussie Bite, Great Foodini, Green Acres Ice Cream, Hen House, House of Munch, Ice Cream and Chill, J&L BBQ, Kcafé.

Also, Lloyd, Lukas’ Latin Kitchen, Lugia’s on Wheels, M&S Street Eats, Mad Sauces, Macarollin, Mother Cluckers, Polish Villa, Share Kitchen & Bar, Sun Cuisine, Sweet Melodys, Taffys, Thai Me Up, Tiny Thai, Tomaso, Greek Venus.

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