DelFest features a wide variety of festival cuisine including local, ethnic, vegetarian, and vegan options.
2014 Food Lineup
Pete’s Concession will be open round the clock, serving full breakfast and sandwiches, hamburgers, hot dogs, and ice cream out of the concrete building behind the grandstand.
Snack/Veggie Booth serves fried veggies, frozen bananas, cotton candy, popcorn, and more. In the Music Meadow, their Snack Tent offers popcorn, candied apples, cotton candy, fresh fruit cups, frozen dipped bananas, and more.
Timi’s Greek and Middle Eastern Foods offers Mediterranean Platters, traditional Gyros of beef and lamb, chicken or veggie as well as Falafel.
Pie for the People! gives you a slice you won’t soon forget.Their unforgettable pies feature scrumptious variations.
Goatocado returns offering vegetarian quinoa bowls, pita wraps, vegan smoothies and sorbet.Veggie breakfast options also available.
Flaming Wok serves up Asian specialties such as teriyaki chicken, veggie fried rice, lo mein and more. Egg rolls and breakfast sandwiches too!
Archie’s BBQ as a family-run restaurant out of McHenry, MD, they offer mouth watering, fall off the bone BBQ.
Feel Good Foods offers up innovative quesadillas with tons of variations, enchiladas, hoagies, fries, and their world famous garlic grilled cheese with emphasis on local and organic ingredients.
Buzzthru Espresso Bar has a full espresso bar with high volume capacity, using organic, fair trade coffee, hot chocolate, and fruit smoothies.
Popcorn in Paradise – follow your nose to the best kettle corn in Allegany County. Set up in the main music meadow.
Zen-Shi brings fresh sushi, rolls and sashimi straight from their fine establishment in Frostburg.
Queen City Creamery – “Where Fresh is Best” – Cumberland’s legendary frozen custard made fresh locally in a variety of flavors.
The Taco Tent specializing in fish, chicken, steak or veggie tacos. Breakfast tacos too!
Caporale’s Bakery – Locally made pepperoni and pizza rolls from a local institution that’s
been around for over 100 years. Look for them roaming the music meadow and grounds.
Prospective Vendors: There is very little turnover in the Food Court. If you’d like, you can fill out the Contact Us form to give an idea of what you offer. The Food Vending Coordinator will be in touch if something becomes available.
Unauthorized vending is not permitted. If you are not a registered vendor you may not sell or distribute anything on the festival grounds.
Thirsty? Water, lemonade, iced teas, and a variety of soft drinks are available at the drink booths located in the food court, music meadow, and Potomac Stage.
Ice is available in the main food court.
Fine brews available from Lagunitas, Victory, Devil’s Backbone, Troegs and Yuengling; wine by Kokomo Wines, B-21 and Oyster Bay; and hard cider and tea by Angry Orchard and Twisted Teas. You must be 21+ years of age with valid ID to purchase and consume beer and wine.This will be strictly enforced. Please have your ID ready each time you purchase beer or wine.