Food Vendor Guidelines and Application coming January 2023.
Festival Food Courts
The Maryland Folk Festival features a variety of regional and ethnic foods, as well as classic festival fare, that will take diners on a culinary journey around the Delmarva, America and the world, with choices to please every palate. The diversity of selections will include unique regional dishes such as the Chesapeake’s famed crabcake sandwich, and delicious specialties from the cuisines of new immigrant communities who now make their home on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.
For those looking for even more dining options, the Maryland Folk Festival is situated in the heart of Downtown Salisbury, which is home to many amazing eateries! Delicious desserts, savory meals, quick bites, cups of coffee, and much much more! Be sure to check out the Downtown Salisbury website and select “Restaurants” to learn more!
- Brew River
- The Brick Room
- Cake Art
- Caribbean Flava
- The Edge Lounge at LaQuinta
- Evolution Craft Brewing Company
- Junior’s Famous Jerk Chicken & Ribs
- The Mad Hatter Café
- Market Street Inn
- Mogan’s Oyster House
- Rise Up Coffee
- Roadie Joe’s
- Room & Board (Maya Bella’s Pizza)
- Sugar Rush by Theresa
- Sushi de Kanpai
- Together Cafe
- Two Scoops Ice Cream & Waffles
- The Ugly Pie
Throughout the Festival, you’ll find a variety of non-alcoholic refreshments–soft drinks, fruit drinks, smoothies and more–to choose from.
The Maryland Folk Festival in Salisbury, Maryland will proudly feature alcoholic beverages for attendees ages 21+.
All food vendors interested in participating in the Maryland Folk Festival will be selected through a juried application process.