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Maine lobster rolls come to you, Crown Point Danbury

You really have to take your hat off to the food truck industry, they keep coming up with great ideas. The last big idea that impresses me is a score for everyone who lives in the beautiful Crown Point complex on Saw Mill Road in Danbury.

On Tuesday, November 1, 2022, the Cousins ​​Maine Lobster food truck to move to Crown Pointlocated at 50 Saw Mill Road in Danbury, from noon to 8 p.m.

What a good idea. Do you know how many times I’ve seen that meme that says “Hey food truck owners! Why don’t you start driving around the neighborhoods like the ice cream guy?” and said yessssssssss?

Obviously, you need a friendly property manager who will allow solicitation on their properties, but oh man, can we get more of this stuff going on in Connecticut? Can you imagine if we allowed food trucks to roll around neighborhoods?

Well Crown Point Danbury, you win November 1st. But there is also to come Maine Lobster Cousins appearances at other residential complexes in Connecticut and Massachusetts, including Middletown, Springfield, Stamford, and West Hartford. Keep an eye on their website for upcoming events.

What can you expect on the menu? Two types of lobster rolls, which are Connecticut: Hot, with butter and lemon, or Maine: Chilled, with mayo. Either costs $23. They also have lobster bisque and clam chowder, lobster grilled cheese, toddlers, quesadillas and tacos, and a few shrimp items. I’ll have two Connecticut lobster rolls, please.

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