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Boston Food Truck Initiative - 7/13

7/12/2011 09:49:00 PM
I love food trucks.  I still have fond memories of the MIT food trucks that I basically got all my lunches from for four years.  (I was there before they brought Anna's to the student center).

Mayor Thomas M. Menino today announced that food trucks are ready to serve “wicked good food” on Boston’s streets next week with 15 new permanent locations in several neighborhoods. The new locations have been approved by the City and the food trucks will rotate between the sites starting July 13. Boston’s Food Truck program, unlike in other cities, has designated permanent spots on city streets where food truck vendors can apply to operate. The food trucks will serve a variety of breakfast, lunch and dinner foods from 6:00 AM – 11:00 PM (with a 9:00 PM closing time in some neighborhoods). These new locations are in addition to the food trucks that already operate on City Hall Plaza and on the Rose Kennedy Greenway.

The food trucks will be located in the Back Bay, Bay Village, South End, Fenway,
Kenmore Square, Boston University, Dorchester, Boston Marine Industrial Park/South Boston Waterfront, and the Charlestown Navy Yard.


Here are the first 15 vendors:

1. Lincoln Street Coffee on the Go
2. Go Fish
3. Roxy’s Gourmet Grilled Cheese
4. The Cupcakory
5. Redbones BBQ
6. Mobile Home
7. Savory Food
8. Staff Meal
9. The Dining Car
10. Grilled Cheese Nation – 2 Trucks: “Minnie” and “Cheese Force One”
11. Kick*ss Cupcakes
12. The Froyo Truck
13. Clover Fast Food
14. Bon Me
15. Pennypackers

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1 Response to "Boston Food Truck Initiative - 7/13"

  1. Anonymous Said,

    To bad you don't give some idea of exact locations.

    Posted on 7/29/11, 2:15 PM

     
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