The new food truck that everyone is talking about, now has a permanent home for the rest of the season.

The Butcher, The Baker is a locally owned Maine pop up kitchen. They take pride in all their ingredients being prepared from scratch.

After doing a series of pop-up events in the Bangor area, they recently announced that they will now operate the truck in Hermon, at 3 Memory Lane, which is just pass the Sports Arena, on the right hand side of the road, daily from 10am-4pm, and in the future, they will be announcing one day of nighttime hours as well.

They serve up a New American style menu, with a personal twist! Freshly baked breads, smoked meats, and their own cured cheeses and meats.

One of the more popular items is "Grammys Smashed Again Burger" which features two homemade sugar jelly doughnuts, two smashed burgers with scratch pickles and maple bacon.

Their mouth watering menu also features poutine, a variety of tacos, and a personal fave, chicken & waffles!

Now that they have a permanent home for the next few months, I can't wait to stop by, because I am 100% obsessed with food trucks!

Be sure to check out their Facebook page And, if you are looking to host an event, have a dinner party for some close friends, or impress a new client, be sure to message The Butcher, The Baker.


To give you an idea of just how good this new food truck is, check reviews by some very impressed customers on Facebook:

Wowwy wow. wow. Just WOW. Be on the lookout for this truck cuz there’s nothing like it! We had the poutine and the bahn mi tacos. can’t wait to try the chicken and waffles! ❤️❤️❤️❤️
Delicious food


So happy we got to come over and try it today. Great place. Excellent flavor and portion size on everything we had!!!


this is hands down some of the best food truck or otherwise! highly recommend. the staff is awesome as well!
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