4.3 min readBy Published On: June 9th, 2012Categories: Eat and Drink0 Comments on Food Trucks

With the food truck craze taking Boston by storm, the Rose Kennedy Greenway is great destination to feed your hunger.  Here is a quick list of Dewey Square Food Trucks/Carts:

Kick*ss Cupcakes

Everyone has a sweet tooth deep down inside.  Why not satisfy that craving with a unique and tasty cupcake?  These all-natural, artisanal treats are baked from scratch on a daily basis.  Stay simple with a chocolate or vanilla cupcake (they come in minis or regular sizes) with buttercream frosting, or let your taste buds go wild with the Cookie Dough: Chocolate chip cookie dough in a vanilla cupcake and vanilla buttercream frosting, topped off with chocolate sauce.  Kick*ss Cupcakes: the name speaks for itself.

Follow Kick*ss Cupcakes on Twitter at @kickasscupcakes, or stop by for a treat on Mondays and Wednesdays from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. in Dewey Square, or  Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Chinatown.

Clover Food Lab

Attention all vegetarians (and everyone else for that matter): The Clover Food Lab has parked.  Dubbed as one of the 10 best lunch trucks in the U.S. by the Wall Street Journal, this popular breakfast and lunch truck offers an assortment of local and seasonal dishes.  It also recycles cooking oil to power the truck.  Try the chickpea fritter, french fries with rosemary, or if you’re only stopping by for breakfast, be sure to get the popover sandwich and give your mind the jumpstart it needs on a groggy Monday morning.  Not only are the eats good, but the prices won’t burn a hole in your wallet.  Everything on the menu is under $7.

Follow the Clover Food Lab on Twitter at @cloverfoodDWY, or check it out for yourself Monday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

BBQ Smith

Hold onto your grill! The BBQ Smith serves up some of the tastiest smoked meats (try the smoked chicken or pork sandwich with pickled veggies, tomato salsa, salsa verde and avocado lime), with unique side dishes that will make your mouth water.  The husband-and-wife team behind this genius food truck pride themselves on their healthy American BBQ that includes all sandwiches on multi-grain baguettes, and yummy sides like garlic kale and black beans with cumin.

Follow the BBQ Smith on Twitter at @bbqsmith, or check out the cuisine for yourself on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Bon Me

This Vietnamese-inspired food truck is one of the winners of the Food Truck Challenge, and new to the Dewey Square scene.  The menu, which includes locally-sourced food, has dishes like brown or white rice bowls with pickled carrot and daikon, seasonal greens, bean sprouts, cilantro, scallions and a soy drizzle, as well as a soba or buckwheat noodle salad, veggies and your choice of three delectable dressings.  If you think your rice or noodle bowl is missing something, choose between three fillings: spice-rubbed all-natural chicken, barbequed pork, and for all of you vegetarians there is organic tofu and shitake mushrooms.

Follow Bon Me on Twitter at @bonme, or check out the mouth-watering dishes on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.


Just to stir up your taste buds even more, Momogoose offers a variety of minimum-calorie food with maximum flavor.  This Southeast Asian cuisine is slow-cooked, but won’t make you late for that afternoon meeting.  According to rosekennedygreenway.org, the Momogoose recipes are developed by a scientist-chef to make sure you don’t expand your waistline or lose any flavor.  Choose a baguette, rice bowl, noodle bowl, or salad (all of which come with a variety of veggies) and add a protein or side dish.  The proteins include anything from Korean BBQ, to Asian teriyaki chicken, to Thai peanut chicken or tofu.

Follow Momogoose on Twitter at @momogoose, or visit the Southeast Asian food truck every Tuesday and Thursday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Lefty’s Silver Cart

If you’re looking for the ultimate Dewey Square picnic experience (they hand out red-checkered picnic blankets!), then Lefty’s is your cart.  This organic food cart offers fresh sandwiches, soups and smoothies packed with tasty ingredients from local farms.   A simple yet flavorful choice might be the Elvis: Grilled peanut butter and banana with a side of fluff.  If you go to Lefty’s to rev up your lunch break then go for the Renegade: Grilled pepper jack cheese, arugula, tomato, with a side of honey mustard and cornichons. 

Follow Lefty’s on Twitter at @leftyscart, or stop by for a “limited run” every Thursday from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Boston Harbor Ice Cream Company

“Like an ice cream truck, but pedal-powered!”  This roaming bicycle cart serves up Emack and Bolio ice cream and frozen yogurt.  Unless there’s rain, hail, lightning, thunder, tornadoes, or a nor’easter, the roaming bicycle hits up popular food truck locations daily from 11 a.m. until after 8 p.m.


For a full list of food trucks and schedules for arround the city visit: http://www.cityofboston.gov/business/mobile/schedule-tabs.asp