Sequim food truck offers a side of fun
Joe Smillie/Peninsula Daily News
Maggie Parks will post the latest Sequim location of her food truck, Maggie May’s Espresso & Outfitter, on her Facebook page.
By Joe Smillie
Peninsula Daily News
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Perched atop four wheels, Sequim’s newest eatery, Maggie May’s Espresso & Outfitter, provides diners not only with a hearty slate of lunch offerings but also a treasure hunt.
Maggie Parks now bases her truck at the Blue Sky Real Estate parking lot, 190 S. Priest Road, near Walmart.
Soon, though, hungry Sequim citizenry will be able to play “Where’s Maggie?” by following Maggie May’s Facebook page as she travels from spot to spot.
Rotating list of specials
The Facebook page also announces a rotating list of specials, like the Outfitter, a turkey-and-cheese wrap, or the Creamie Weenie, a hot dog slathered in cream cheese, grilled onions and barbecue sauce.
“It’s a dance party in the mouth,” Parks said of the special.
Each day also features a new baked offering, like Friday’s blueberry crisp, soups and all the goodies of a traditional coffee stand.
Maggie May’s is the city’s first officially approved food truck, after the Sequim City Council approved an ordinance allowing mobile food service this year.
Parks now is offering a slate of lunch options from 11:30 a.m. to
2:30 p.m. Mondays through Fridays.
Soon, she’ll also be dishing out breakfast from her truck at 802 E. Washington St., at the Les Schwab lot.
Her mobile kitchen also will appear at festivals across the Peninsula.
To track the cart, follow Maggie May’s on Facebook: www.facebook.com/MaggieMaysEspresso. To contact her, phone 360-775-8339.
Last modified: June 30. 2013 10:16PM