Today's hours:

Marist Money, Thrifty Cash, Credit/Debit, Cash only. U Pick is not available at food trucks or café pop-ups.
Grubhub is not available at food trucks or café pop-ups. 
 
*Please note that the food truck schedule is subject to change with little or no notice due to inclement weather or maintenance reasons. Please stay tuned to @MaristEats on Instagram or text MARISTEATS to 82257 for the latest updates.
 
FOOD TRUCKS
  • Farmers & Chefs
    Farmers & Chefs is a popular local Marist favorite, with a brick and mortar location on Albany Street in Poughkeepsie, NY. This casual Hudson Valley restaurant was envisioned by Chef and restaurateur, John Lekic. He draws inspiration from the beautiful Hudson Valley region while combining the freshest in season local ingredients combined with global influences.

  • Grille Wagon
    The Grille Wagon specializes in juicy barbecue meats that are locally raised. From sausages and stock to aged beef - everything has a local connection. Featured menu items include pork, beef, chicken and variety of sides. 

  • Embers Wood Fire Pizza 
    Hudson Valley's hand forged pizza and wood-fired eats. John Heitmann and Jen Mac Kay (a Marist Alumnus) have teamed up to create one of the hottest mobile catering experiences in the Hudson Valley. John is a '93 graduate of the Culinary Institute of America and has been creating pizzas for over 30 years. Jen has worked in event management for over 15 years, working with venues of all sizes around the country.

  • Max's Melts
    A gourmet grilled cheese food truck run by Max and Sean (a former Marist Dining employee) which serves tasty, crusty, gooey grilled cheeses paired with loaded tots and cold beverages. 

  • Reconnect Foods
    A plant-forward Mexican inspired food truck which supports local farms, markets, and small businesses alike.
POP-UPS
Beginning Saturday, September 11th, Chakra Bowls will be featured inside North End Dining every Saturday & Sunday 11:30am-3:30pm.
  • Chakra Bowls
    Hudson Valley native and Marist Alum '12, Lauren Hoheusle is the creator of Chakra Bowls; a popular plant-based café located in Poughkeepsie, NY. Lauren is grateful to be able to share her passion for improving health and wellness, in order to help others live a happier, healthier lifestyle. Beginning as a blog concept in 2016, Chakra Bowls quickly developed into a local delivery service in 2017, with the first brick-and-mortar location opening its doors in October 2018. Chakra Bowls is based upon the concept of the Chakra System, which states that we have 7 energy centers, or "chakras" that correlate to different areas of our body, and are connected to our mind, body, and  overall well-being. Understanding that different foods affect and help to balance these chakras, along with a deep passion for holistic forms of health care, Chakra Bowls was born. The goal has remained the same--find ways to offer health and wellness to our community, and assist others in feeding their body, while nourishing their soul.