Applications for Food Vendors will open on January 15, 2024.

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.

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+.

2024 Maryland Folk Festival Food Vendor Guidelines


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Indoor Dining in Downtown Salisbury

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 Seafood House & Dock Bar (502 W Main St)
Waterfront Dining along the Wicomico River

The Brick Room (116 N Division St)
Wide selection of beers, wines, and craft cocktails

Cake Art (124 N Division St)
Gourmet cupcakes and confectioneries

Caribbean Flava (327 E Main St)
Tasty menu specializing in Authentic Jamaican cooking

Evolution Craft Brewing Co. & Public House (201 E Vine St)
Trendy brewpub offering house-made draft microbrews & local, seasonal grub

The Mad Hatter Café (501 W Main St)
Eclectic mix of international cuisine, and an award-winning brunch menu

Market Street Inn (130 W Market St)
Riverfront dining known for its extensive wine selection and gourmet menu while still maintaining a casual local flair

Mojo’s Urban Eatery (213 E Main St)
Eclectic American pub fare with brick oven pizza and a rotating selection of beers

Mogan’s Oyster House (100 E Main St)
Upscale seafood house and raw bar with an extensive wine and cocktail menu

Rise Up Coffee (529 Riverside Dr)
Drive thru location known for it’s small-batch, locally roasted coffee made with organic beans

Roadie Joe’s Bar & Grill (213 W Main St)
Great food. Cool Vibes. A perfect spot for lunch or dinner with vegetarian and gluten free menu items.

Room & Board (Maya Bella’s Pizza) (212 W Main St)
Fun games. Great space. Awesome pizza.

Sugar Rush by Theresa (201 E Market St)
Custom bake shop specializing in cupcakes, cake pops, cookies, and French macarons 

Sushi de Kanpai (109 W Main St)
Innovative sushi & delicious Japanese entrees 

Together Café (120 N Division St)
The perfect spot to grab breakfast or lunch. The cafe also serves up a wide selection of coffee drinks.

Two Scoops Ice Cream & Waffles (100 E Main St)
One-of-a-kind ice-cream parlor and gift shop in downtown Salisbury.

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