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Food Truck Festivals of New England

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100 William T Morrissey Boulevard, Boston, MA 02125 100 William T Morrissey Boulevard, Boston Directions

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Report | 6 years ago
I would recommend to the Food Truck Festival Staff to help pass out food while people waited in line - it could cut down the wait time for those that would want to sample something that would be relatively "easy" to make in batches.
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Get a tent to protect from the sunlight
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I wish the food trucks had been better prepared for the number of people who attended. Many of the trucks ran out of food within a couple of hours.
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Have it in a bigger space, it was nice but small so the line's over lapped. Also have signs saying what each number truck was.
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Sell less tickets. Organize lines better. It was complete craziness in the middle, and trucks need to be better about posting when they run out I stuff. Otherwise you wait a long time for nothing.
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Better organization so participants would not have to wait in line for an hour to get food from a food truck.
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This was one of the most unorganized festivals I ever went to. The lines to stand in were very confusing, food ran out at the trucks, and there were too many people. It was very chaotic.
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We were suprised not to find numerous trucks that were expected according to the web site. At U Mass, the lines got crazy long around 2pm, many lines to trucks were mixed up at the center because of the crowd.
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lines were too long.vendors ran out of food. We arrived at 12 and stayed 'till 3,but were only able to sample 3 trucks.
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Lines were way to long, waited almost an hour in some. 20+ trucks there and we were able to go to 5. Most started to run out of food after 2 hours. Not worth the money.
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When festival founder Anne-Marie Aigner first noticed the burgeoning food-truck scenes on the West Coast and the Midwest, her prescient mind foresaw that the tide would make its way to New England. In order to cultivate the nascent movement, she founded her food-truck-festival tour to bring dozens of trucks' eclectic wares to locales outside of Boston. Already scoring mentions in Boston and Worcester Mag in its first year, the festival has featured such four-wheeled kitchens as Redbones BBQ and Roxy's Grilled Cheese. Aigner hopes to sustain the food-truck industry beyond the festival's inaugural year by attracting interest throughout the region and motivating grassroots support for the mobile culinary spots and their future descendants, sandwich-slinging helicopters.

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