The chicken food truck, unveiled six months ago, has been a big hit, Strazzere said. The truck stops in Billerica, Burlington, Bedford, Lexington and Malden throughout the week, sitting outside office buildings for employees at lunch. In the months before the Lowell Spinners season kicked off, the truck was at the stadium three nights a week serving college students.
Mei Mei’s congee ($6.50) is heartier than what my mom makes. It features braised beef and bits of fried cruller, topped lovingly with an awesome slow-poached egg, pickles, ginger and scallion oil over the creamy — not watery — rice porridge.
On one hand, Japanese puffer fish can be deadly poisonous. On the other, that's why it takes years to get a licence to sell Fugu. Do you trust the crew of this baby?
From Lobsta Love to the Cupcakory, a fleet of food trucks will role into Lexington on Friday, May 31, as the final course in Revolutionary Revelry.
All owners will now have to (be) licensed by their hometown's police department and will also have to go through CORI (Criminal Offender Record Information) and SORI (Sex Offender Record Information) checks. They also will have to be fingerprinted
Pennypackers, which debuted its truck in the summer of 2011, offers soups, salads, and sandwiches, and the owners now have two trucks--one stationed by the Marine Industrial Park in South Boston, and the other by Boston University.
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.
Sunbird is currently stationary on Route 6 in Wellfleet because that is the only place the Sparrows could get a license to operate.