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Falafel Waffles, Drunken Parm Sammies: The 2023 Greenway Food Trucks Have Arrived

Check out the full lineup of 18 trucks taking over the downtown park this year

Three people in black aprons stand smiling outside of a red and white food truck.
The Dining Car is back for another year for the Greenway’s food truck program.
Mel Taing/Greenway Food Truck Program
Erika Adams is the editor of Eater Boston.

In a sure sign of spring, the Greenway food truck program has kicked off another season in downtown Boston. This year, six new trucks are joining the 18-truck roster, according to a program representative, bringing a slew of Mexican, Mediterranean, and Italian American fare to the park. As in years past, a rotating selection of food trucks will be parked at multiple stations weekly along the Greenway, a public park that curves for 1.5 miles through downtown Boston. Keep an eye out on the weekly schedule here to track the trucks, or plan to try as many as possible in one swoop during the park’s annual food truck festival on Saturday, May 6 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Check out the full 2023 Greenway food truck lineup below:

New food trucks

  • Kush by Saba: Playful Mediterranean-rooted fare including curried chickpea falafel waffles and mac and cheese sprinkled with a lamb merguez crumble.
  • Nothing Bundt Cakes: Bundt cakes galore, from blueberry bliss to red velvet, lemon, and snickerdoodle.
  • Paisani: Italian American sandwiches and snacks including arancini, garlic parm fries, and the Drunken Parm, a sandwich layered with a chicken cutlet, vodka sauce, and mozzarella.
  • Tacos Calleteco: Tacos, quesadillas, and burritos with fillings including chicken, pork, veggies, and beef tongue.
  • Vaz and Mac: A Tex-Mex truck with chicken quesadillas, chicken tinga and carnitas tacos, and more.
  • Wanderlust: Globe-trotting street food, from empanadas and poutine to scallion pancakes and short rib croquettes.

Returning food trucks

  • Bibim Box: Korean fare including bibimbap with bulgogi pork, chicken, or tofu, and udon noodle salad.
  • The Chicken and Rice Guys: A local favorite selling halal chicken (or tofu) and rice combos.
  • The Cookie Monstah: Cookies, cookie-and-ice-cream sandwiches, and cookie cakes.
  • The Dining Car: “Elevated comfort food” including sandwiches, salads, and buttermilk fried chicken tenders.
  • Gogi on the Block: Korean fusion food with bulgogi beef or pork, grilled chicken, or garlic tofu wrapped into burritos or tossed in rice bowls or salad bowls.
  • Indulge India: Samosas, chaat, chicken biryani, lamb coconut curry, and more.
  • Jamaica Mi Hungry: Fan-favorite Jamaican food truck known for its heat-packed, juicy jerk chicken.
Three people in blue shirts stand smiling in front of a blue and yellow-painted food truck.
Papi’s Stuffed Sopapillas.
Mel Taing/Greenway Food Truck Program
  • Moyzilla: Dumplings upon dumplings served with sides including scallion fried rice and garlic wok noodles.
  • Papi’s Stuffed Sopapillas: Steaming sopapillas stuffed with hatch chiles, pastrami, braised buffalo chicken, and more.
  • Revelry: Iconic New Orleans fare including po-boy sandwiches and jambalaya.
  • Tea Station: Bubble tea, smoothies, slushies, and more.
  • Tenoch: Mexican street food including tacos, tortas, tamales, and more.