DelFest features a wide variety of festival cuisine including local, ethnic, vegetarian, and vegan options.
2019 Food Vendors
Archie’s BBQ – The Best Barbecue in Deep Creek Lake Maryland, offers succulent Barbeque, stacked sliced Smoked Beef Brisket, Smoked Pulled Pork Shoulder, Smoked.
Bombay Station – created to satisfy the world’s insatiable appetite for pasta and all its variations. From japanese to Thai, Italian to classic American. All items can be vegetarian with multiple vegan/gluten free options.
Chicken Coupe – Local food truck serving delicious fried chicken that has been a family recipe for 60 years. It all started in an addition to a small house and has evolved to a formal restaurant, and now an awesome food truck!
Fair Shot Coffee – Festival and event mobile coffee house serving coffee, tea, smoothies, frappes, espresso drinks & simple breakfast options using all organic and fairly traded supplies.
Flaming Wok – Serves up Asian specialties such as teriyaki chicken, veggie fried rice, lo mein and more. Egg rolls and breakfast sandwiches too!
Goatocado – Returns offering vegetarian quinoa bowls, pita wraps, vegan smoothies and sorbet. Veggie breakfast options also available.
The Grilled Cheese Incident – travels music festivals nationwide serving delicious and unique twists on the grilled cheese sandwich, as well as various soups and salads. Everything is grilled to order, including the Mac Daddy, loaded with Mac and cheese, and salads are made in small batches for a fresh and cool bite on a hot day of live music.
Kona Ice – For a cool refreshment on a hot day, shaved ice is what we do!
Pete’s Concession – Will be open round the clock, serving full breakfast and sandwiches, hamburgers, hot dogs, and ice cream out of the the concrete building behind the grandstand.
Pete’s 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.
Popcorn in Paradise – follow your nose to the best kettle corn in Allegany County. Set up in the main music meadow.
Queen City Creamery – “Where Fresh is Best” – Cumberland’s legendary frozen custard made fresh locally in a variety of flavors.
Timi’s Greek and Middle Eastern Foods – Offers Mediterranean platters, traditional gyros of beef and lamb, chicken or veggie as well as falafel.
The Taco Tent – Home of your favorite fast and fresh festival food- Tacos! Homemade pico de gallo, fish tacos and much more!
Our drink booths – located in the food court, music meadow and Potomac Stage – feature bottled water, organic lemonade, coconut water, iced teas and a variety of soft drinks. Ice is available in the main food court. No cash? No problem! Accepting all major credit cards at all bars and beverage booths.
Fine brews are available from Victory Brewing Company, SweetWater, Troegs, Devils Backbone, Bud Light, Union Craft,1812 Brewery and Bold Rock Cider. Fine wines (red and white) from Toasted Goat Winery are available as well. You must be 21+ years of age with valid ID to purchase and consume beer and wine. This will be strictly enforced. Please use your ID to obtain a 21+ wristband. This year we have a special Beer Garden in front of the Potomac Stage, and the Music Hall has been dressed up to resemble a Pub. Thanks to Grow & Fortify for providing these great additions to the festival. In an effort to reduce single serve plastic bottles, potable water stations are located throughout the fairgrounds.
DelFest Foundation and Western Maryland’s own McClintock Distilling Co. invite you to Del’s Place Pub (in the back of the Music Hall), for our inaugural BlueGrass Bloody Mary Bar! Held from 10am to noon on Friday and Saturday, Del’s Place Pub will offer bloody marys for purchase, featuring a garnishing buffet of DELcacies to satisfy the most discerning palate – from basic mixes to pepper and bacon garnishes. For entertainment, McClintock Distilling is pleased to present regional band fan-favorites Wicked Sycamore and Man About A Horse on Friday and The Jakob’s Ferry Stragglers and The Plate Scrapers on Saturday.
Alcohol is sold in a designated areas in accordance with licensing. No outside beverages may enter into the fenced area, but patrons may carry purchased beverages freely within the entire area which includes the Grandstand Stage, Potomac Stage, and Food Court. The DelFest Music Hall is a separately designated area, and no outside beverages are permitted inside. Sealed water bottles, and empty vessels are OK.
In our efforts to reduce single serve plastic bottles water stations are located around the Fairgrounds for you to fill your own vessels.