For those interested in beer and spirits, there will be a Singha Beer Garden -- complete with kegs, four cocktail bar stations and wine tasting at the Cupcake Winery's mobile lounge. Those in search of non-alcoholic refreshments can head to stands like Pressed Juicery, Honest Tea, Jarritos and ONE Coconut Water. Handsome Roasters and The Coffee Bean will provide caffeinated pick-me-ups.
Boston Calling will construct two beer gardens within the festival grounds for fans to kick back in, with brews curated by Boston’s Beer Summit. Breweries pouring on-site include Boston’s very own Harpoon Brewery, Woodchuck Hard Cider from Vermont and one of the world’s leading imports from Denmark, Carlsberg.
Saturday's weather forecast looks positively balmy -- 75 degrees! -- which is very good news for the food trucks that will brake for the season's first Justice League of Street Food bash. Eight trucks will congregate on the northeast corner of Colfax Avenue and Stuart Street from 2 to 8 p.m., officially ushering in spring food truck mania.
We’re excited that we might coincide with the reopening of the pathway. The concept is that the garden will be very accessible to cyclists and bike-friendly
A Festival of Street Eats is set for Providence next month and will benefit the Rhode Island Community Food Bank.
The event will offer culinary flavors from chefs who want to take your palette on a journey you won't soon forget. Combine gourmet food with fine wines, ice-cold beer, a vendor village and live music.
Guerilla Eats is also working with local breweries to bring a selection of local ale and craft beer to the event as well as a range of 'fueled up' cocktails.
The Street Food Philly menu changes often, and the proprietors are always looking for suggestions, so if you have an idea of how the pair can use brew, be sure to let them know.
The food trucks are coming to Woodberry
High-end food trucks also soon started to show up independently in parking lots to serve workplace crowds and other any-day diners.