Plan a picnic in the parks and stop by one of the Greenway food vendors to pick up good eats and tasty treats.
The “Greenway is a place to eat — and eat well” (Boston Globe) with “some of the best (food trucks) in the country” (Seattle Times). Here's the latest information on our 2013 Mobile Eats Program! Find out below when your favorite food trucks are open and follow @hellogreenway for special appearances and updates.
We're pleased to announce our vendors for the vending season beginning April 1, 2013 and running through March 31, 2014. An alphabetical list of all vendors follows. For all greenway locations and days when vendors appear, visit our Park Locations: Greenway Mobile Eats page
Alphabetical Listing of Mobile Food Vendors:
The A4 Truck will be serving breakfast and lunch on the Greenway, featuring items from Area Four in Kendall Square, Cambridge. @a4truck
Food Truck. Authentic Baja style tacos, tostadas and burritos. @BajaTacoTruck
Food Cart – Enjoy summer favorites such as locally-sourced hot dogs, sausages, and roasted rosemary potatoes from this solar-powered cart.
Food truck – Bon Me, one of the winners of the City of Boston's Food Truck Challenge, serves Vietnamese-inspired food with local sourcing. New York Magazine recommended them as one of three places to eat on an excursion to Boston. Click here for a menu. @bonme
Roaming Bicycle cart – like an ice cream truck, but pedal powered! Featuring Emack & Bolio ice cream & frozen yogurt.
Serves fresh, local seafood. @BosShuckinTruck
Food Truck. Your source for the best Mediterranean food in town. @ChubbyFoodTruck
Food Truck – This popular food truck, which recycles cooking oil to help power the truck, offers a wide variety of local, seasonal, and delicious vegetarian food. Clover has been named one of the 10 best lunch trucks in the U.S. by the Wall Street Journal. Click here for a menu.@cloverDWY/@cloverAQU/@cloverNOR
Food Truck. Serving delicious homemade cookies with all natural ingredients and homemade ice cream sandwiches. @MonstahTruck
Bicycle cart – fresh-fruit popsicles, hand-made locally in Somerville in small batches in flavors such as ginger-grapefruit, strawberry, and watermelon-blueberry-basil. This start-up was profiled by Boston Magazine. @culinarycruiser
The Dining Car is a mobile food truck – a gleaming, stainless steel kitchen on wheels, serving freshly prepared meals on the streets of Boston. The ever-changing menu features meats and seasonal produce that represent our local agricultural community, with selections inspired by cuisines from all over the world. @thediningcar
Food Truck. Serves creative Chinese-American cuisine made from locally sourced, sustainable ingredients. @meimeifoodtruck
Food truck – Momogoose, recently named of the 10 Most Mouth-Watering Food Trucks in the U.S. by Maxim, offers fresh Southeast Asian cuisine that is slow-cooked and served-fast. The recipes are developed by a scientist-chef to maximize taste while minimizing calories. @momogoose
Food Truck. Serves both savory and sweet crepes, folded for ease of eating on the go. @ParisCreperie
Additionally, the Boston Public Market at Dewey Square is open 11AM to 7PM every Tuesday and Thursday from late May through November. Buy seasonal farm-fresh produce, homemade artisan breads, fresh milk, farm-raised meats, and more.