Join Noah’s on the Road Today at our Food Truck Derby

The North Fork favorite food truck will be serving Beer BQ Pulled Pork. (Be still our hearts.)

After months of anticipation, the day is finally here: Our 6th annual Food Truck Derby will roll into Bridgehampton this afternoon, from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m.

Finally, we get to resume our favorite summer posture: Standing in a field full of food trucks—eating, drinking, and saying hello to both old and new friends.

One of those old friends we can’t wait to see is Noah’s on the Road. A North Fork favorite food truck brought to the world by Noah Schwartz, executive chef at his eponymous restaurant in Greenport, Noah’s on the Road joins us today for its 4th Food Truck Derby. We can’t imagine our Derby without them and their delicious, thoughtful food.

We spoke with Noah’s on the Road about how they are preparing for the Food Truck Derby, what they’ll be serving, and what they’re most looking forward to about the event. Here’s what they said.

Edible East End: How did the story of your food truck begin? When did you get started?
Noah’s:
 We are based on the North Fork, specifically Greenport at Noah’s, there was a lot of demand to bring Noah’s food to the local vineyards.  Thus a Vintage Airstream became our mobile kitchen.  We started in 2015.

Edible East End: What is your favorite part of owning a food truck?
N:
Meeting new people, being able to always change the menu, and the ability to take the business “on the road.”

Let's #taco bout today's tacos @liebcellars and new to the menu, #barbacoa loaded Mexican fries

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Edible East End: Is there anything you think people would be surprised to learn about owning and operating a food truck on Long Island?
N:
The food truck community on LI is like one giant family, its really incredible how much support there is from within the  tiny but growing industry.

Edible East End: Is this your first year participating in Edible East End’s Food Truck Derby? If not, how many previous derbies have you participated in?
N:
This is year 4 for us.  Every year is busier than the year past.

We always fly our rainbow flag. #pride

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Edible East End: What will you be serving? (Or is it a secret?) 
N: Beer BQ Pulled Pork, Curry Three Cabbage Slaw, Toasted Martin’s Bun and maybe a lil’something something.

Edible East End: And finally, what are you most looking forward to about the event? 
N: Meeting new people, seeing old friends, serving an Army worth of people in an incredibly short period of time.

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Meghan Harlow

Meghan is the editor of Edible East End and Edible Long Island.