The Arsenal Project is pleased to announce the third consecutive year of the popular weekly food truck program, Food Truck Wednesdays, kicking off May 18.
Six of Boston’s best gourmet food trucks will be rolling into the center’s parking lot this spring, summer, and fall. Food Truck Wednesdays at the Arsenal Project will offer a variety of food during lunchtime, providing a convenient, fun and delicious option for those living and working in the area.
“We are thrilled to return with this well-received program for a third year,” said William McQuillan, President of Boylston Properties, co-developer of the Arsenal Project. “It is our goal for the Arsenal Project to be a true hub of the Watertown community; that’s why we are so proud of the success of Food Truck Wednesdays.”
The highly visible food trucks will be in the front parking lot of the Arsenal Project from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. every Wednesday; look for the umbrellas and picnic tables. The series runs from May 18th into September.
Participating trucks include:
- Roxy’s Grilled Cheese – Who knew bread and cheese could be sooooo good?
- Bon Me – Bold, fresh and fun Vietnamese cuisine
- Dining Car – Sandwiches and salads using locally sourced meats and seasonal produce
- Frozen Hoagies – Homemade ice cream sandwiches with a variety of cookies and ice cream flavors
- Chicken & Rice Guys – So simple…yet wildly popular
- Chik Chak – Falafel, hummus, shawarma and more!
Each Food Truck Wednesday will feature a live band to entertain during lunch. Check out the Arsenal Project website for details of scheduled music.
The Arsenal Project is committed to modernizing and revitalizing the existing property into a more vibrant mixed-use center. The redevelopment planning is underway with the goal of transforming the Arsenal Project into a dynamic destination with shopping, dining, and entertainment for both residents and area visitors. It is co-developed by Boylston Properties and the Wilder Companies.
The Arsenal Project is located at 485 Arsenal St., in Watertown. The center is also accessible via the MBTA 70 bus routes.
For more information and directions, please visit www.thearsenalproject.com.