This April Brookline will officially open its doors to a select fleet of food trucks as part of the Brookline Mobile Food Truck Pilot Program. The Brookline Patch reports that food trucks sites may include spots on Auburn St. and Harvard St. and also near BU, the Beacon Inn and Skyline, Olmsted and Larz Anderson parks. The Patch also reports that trucks from Paris Creperie and Captain Marden's Seafoods may be among those participating in the six month program. The decision comes hot on the heels of the city of Boston's announcement to consider opening up new spots in light of the open letter written by Staff Meal's Adam Gendreau. It would seem that the people have spoken, and they want food trucks. Brookline is apparently listening.
· Food Truck Pilot Program gets rolling in April [Brookline Patch]
· Brookline to discuss food truck pilot program tonight [-EB-]
· City responds to food truck criticism [-EB-]
· Staff Meal's Adam Gendreau on his letter to the city [-EB-]
[Photo: Paris Creperie/Tiffany Eats]