Fans attending the Super Bowl this weekend can dine on lobster rolls, Italian sandwiches, and Moxie at the Maine-ly Sandwiches food truck.

WLBZ-TV reports owner Buddy Charity is a native of Biddeford who moved, with his wife, to Houston 16 years ago. Over the years, they realized how much they missed their favorite Maine foods and they weren't satisfied with having it once or twice a year when they came home. So they opened a restaurant in Houston called 'Maine-ly Sandwiches.'

The eatery serves up lobster rolls, Italians, fried clams, Moxie, and whoopie pies, among other dishes. And in the video, you can see that it's decorated with lobster traps, Maine license plates, and plenty of coastal kitsch. It looks just like a lot of other seafood restaurants in Maine, but is a novelty in the heat of Houston. Something tells us there will be a lot of Patriots gear being worn at that food truck!