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Elmsford Is the New Food Truck Hotspot

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Artist Ken Manning designed the artwork for the 9A Eats picnic tables.
Photos by John Bruno Turiano

With 9A Eats food truck park, you’ll always know where to find your favorite meals on wheels.

Westchester has a vibrant food scene and myriad options for eating when you don’t want to cook at home. One might even think we have it all when it comes to food and dining. Well, not quite; until Sept 5, 2020, the county was lacking a food truck park.

Crowd scene at the opening event to introduce the food truck park concept

That date was when 9A Eats debuted in the location that previously held Elmsford’s Red Fox Diner. The park features rotating food trucks serving lunch and dinner daily (breakfast too, Sundays) and, upon completion by end of summer 2021, a central dining pavilion by Nexus Creative Design in Tarrytown. The open-air pavilion with seating surrounded by an array of glass overhead doors will open to spaces for the food trucks. There will also be an enclosed second-level dining area for serving patrons in winter as well as event space.

The trucks you may encounter that have signed on thus far include: Bazodee Street Foods, Bona Bona, Doughnation, Gyro Uno, Jimmie’s Soft Serve, Leila’s Crepes, Longford’s Ice Cream, Off the Hook, Poké Motion, Walter’s Hot Dogs, Westchester Burger, Wrapper’s Delight. Keep scrolling to learn more about some of the ones you might encounter.

Poke, the “Hawaiian sushi,” is the main offering from Poké Motion

Bazodee of Bedford Hill serves Jamaican foods

Westchester Burger Co has brick-and-mortar locations in White Plains and Scarsdale

Expect delicious wood-fired pies from Pizza Vitale

Road Grub Mobile’s cheesesteaks are on-point yummy.

Gyro Uno serves Hellenic fare such as gyros and hummus

Hot dogs from Walter’s iconic Mamaroneck stand and Longford’s homemade ice cream from Rye are available at their trucks.

9A Eats

138 Central Ave, Elmsford