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It’s a Big Dill That Bridge City Brinery Has Wheels!

Image provided by Mark Mammone, co-owner of Bridge City Brinery

Bridge City Brinery (BCB) is hitting the streets to barrel towards breweries, wineries, neighborhoods, and farmer’s markets galore as not your typical, “Run-Of-The-Dill-Pickle.” Savory, sweet and spicy, two chefs and co-owners of Bridge City Brinery, Mark Mammone and Joe Bardakos, are serving up a pickle-packed food truck with an expanding, new menu and other food offerings through their custom-built food truck. 

“We wanted to do a food truck before starting with pickles, and creating a menu concept to serve scratch, handmade menu items is becoming a reality,” says Mark Mammone. “Our pickles had such a great response, and we had wiggle room to build out a food truck, so we said, ‘let’s finally do a food truck!’”

Pickles are just the beginning for the creative culinarians. In just a few months, the full-scale food truck, decked out with BCB’s keystone label, a Smithfield Bridge inspired smokey backdrop, and sleek, black paint is ready to be noticed and savored with its dill-licious menu. 

Image provided by Mark Mammone, co-owner of Bridge City Brinery

Everything on the menu will be made from scratch, including sauces, and meats are marinated to delectable and devour-able perfection. The menu consists of “sammiches” and sides, “N’at.” Some sammiches include BCB’s “The Graceland” consisting of fried chicken thigh, chili peanut glaze, banana ketchup, pickle, and home bread, and their “Seoul of Pittsburgh,” stacked with bulgogi, kimchi mayo, Korean seasoned fries, bok choy slaw, and home bread. Other charming classics will be hot and ready fried pickles, in which patrons can choose from BCB’s signature fermented Smithfield Sour or Smoky Hot Metal pickles, served with fried dill mayo. Check out more of their salivating selections of the Bridge City Brinery menu here

Mammone says, “We’ve always had a passion for food and cooking. It’s fun for us and equally fun for the thought of interacting and seeing people’s faces when they enjoy our food.”

Plus, the BCB food truck will offer fresh, cold-packed pickles that will be jarred up straight from the built-in fridge. Pickle lovers can relish in the fact that it will be fermentation from BCB’s fridge straight to their fridge! The loaded food truck will also be serving homemade breads and pastries; it’s a win/win for foodies looking for an abundance of options from a versatile food truck. 

So, let’s get down to the brine of it. Bride City Brinery is packing a full schedule for the summer and can be found at the following locations starting in May:

May 22, 2021: It’s their first, official event! Meet them at Trace Brewing, 4312 Main St., Pittsburgh, PA. 15224, 3pm-8pm 

May 24, 2021: Robinson’s Farmer’s Market, 5718 Steubenville Pike, McKees Rocks, PA 15136, 3pm-7pm 

May 25, 2021: Hitchhiker Brewing, 1500 S Canal St #2541, Pittsburgh, PA 15215, 4pm-8pm

May 27, 2021: Trace Brewing, 4312 Main St., Pittsburgh, PA. 15224, 7pm-10pm

May 28, 2021: Black Dog Winery, 7425 Steubenville Pike, Oakdale, PA 15071, 4:30pm-9pm

May 29, 2021: Radiant Hall, Lawrenceville Pop-Up Market, 4514 Plummer St., Pittsburgh, PA. 15201, 10am-2pm. 

The food truck will always be on the move, so be sure to stay up to date on their pickle-packed adventure and whereabouts by checking out Bridge City Brinery’s food truck schedule here

The food truck is happy to tackle catering orders, small events, and everything in between, too. They can be reached at bridgecitybrinery@gmail.com to spark a friendly conversation. You can also follow Bridge City Brinery on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to connect with the tasty travelers moving forward. 

Image provided by Mark Mammone, co-owner of Bridge City Brinery

Colin Parrish

Avid taco lover, writer, and new restaurant taste tester, Colin Parrish lets the curiosity get the best of him as he dives into his discovery of all things Pittsburgh-related! Places, people, and locally-made products, he loves to spark conversations to uncover what’s new and exciting around tahn.

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