Location: 460 Harrison Ave, Boston MA
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Description: Celebrating its 10th year, the SoWa Open Market® is the hip and happening place to be on Sundays from May to October! The market is located outdoors in the vibrant SoWa district in Boston’s South End and includes an extensive arts/crafts section with a rotating group of indie makers and designers, an award winning farmer’s market and a collection of the yummiest food trucks around.
Start Time: 10.00
End Time: 16:00
Big changes happening at Brother Trucker this spring!! After two terrific years as Bostons premiere Fish truck, the mad men at Brother Trucker are retiring GoFish! and turning their sites on the wild, wonderful world of BURGERS!! My long time Sous-Chef and collaborator Rich Cambriello is taking the reins on the truck as we proudly present Bone Daddy’s Burgers. Rich has concocted (with a little help from the Brother) a serious burger lovers fantasy extraordinaire!! Come on down and check us out. Five days a week we will be turning out some udderly outrageous carnivorous concoctions for your lunchtime dining pleassure. Meanwhile we are continuing to grow our top shelf catering business, booking weddings and special events with custom designed menus for any occasion. Check out the catering pages for some menu notions, or call me at 781-298-1526 and tell me what would make your next event really sing!!
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Title: Opening Day: The Year of the Fish!!!
Location: Financial District Cluster at Milk and Kilby
Description: The 2013 season opens with a Bang! Commence the Year of the Fish!! New locally sourced specials from the Brother Trucker Kitchen along with Classic New England specialties.
Start Time: 11:30
End Time: 14:30
I’m pleased to announce the opening of Brother Trucker Commissary at Triangle! It’s a shared use kitchen for Food Trucks, small Caterers, food service Start-Ups and Private Chefs needing space to jump start or operate their business. The commissary is part of the Triangle complex. Triangle is a Malden Non-Profit dedicated to training and placement for the handicapped and I’m nurturing a win-win relationship with the organization, hoping to help employ the “participants” as prep help for my truck and catering, and making their capable services available to anyone sub-licensing space who is interested. I have kitchen facilities, dry goods, refrigeration and freezer space, equipment, parking and a supportive, fun but professional atmosphere. The commissary, located at 420 Pearl St. in Malden, is convenient to rt 93, rt 1, 7 miles from downtown Boston and easy access to the restaurant Depot, propane and numerous wholesale purveyors. 24/7 secure access. Call me at 781-298-1526 or email the website for a prompt response.
Its been a whirlwind year. Yes, a year! The fact that I’m looking back and still moving forward is a victory in itself. Go Fish was at the Greenway Food Truck Festival last Saturday. It felt like the unofficial opening day of the Summer 2012 season. There was a real feeling of excitement in the air, and of camaraderie amongst the Truckers, of shared enthusiasm and optimism for the new season, of pride in work well done and challenges met. And there have been some. The winter was long and slow, we all reached deep for the resources, both fiscal and mental, to get us through. Go Fish has been steadily building a reputation for the quality of our food, and a strong following. The Food Truck movement in Boston has taken solid root and is getting well deserved attention. This spring, really from April 1 on, has shown great promise; long lines, return customers, a buzz in the press. . . The good folks at Food Truck Festivals of New England have a slew of Festivals scheduled around the region through October, there are a lot of one-off events on the books, and Brother Trucker has booked a substantial amount of catering, weddings and events which allow me to spread my fine dining wings, and use my portable kitchen in other creative ways. Perhaps the most exciting new growth for me is the opening of Brother Trucker Commissary at Triangle (420 Pearl St, Malden MA) on May 1. In order to operate a food truck or catering business in Massachusetts you have to be operating out of an inspected, commercial kitchen. This is one of the “hidden” expenses of the food truck industry, and one which is under-served in the Greater Boston Area. I have partnered with Triangle in Malden, assuming operation of their cafe and food services, and taking over their commercial kitchens which I can then use for Brother Trucker, and rent as shared space for other Food Trucks, caterers, private chefs etc. The location is terrific, just 15 minutes from the center of Boston, with great access to many suppliers (Restaurant Depot, 4 bakeries, produce markets . . ) The access is 24 /7 and I hope to employ the mentally and physically handicapped whom Triangle, a non-profit, trains and places in the workplace, to prep and clean for the trucks. Its a real win-win situation for all involved. If any of you Go Fish/Brother Trucker fans know of someone in the food business needing commercial space to work out of, steer them my way!! I’m trying to build a really positive, creative workspace and business incubator for the Food Truck and catering community. Stay tuned, I hope to have more time to keep you all updated on the exciting world of Fish and Trucks!!!