First day at Dewey on the Greenway

This is Justin, or is it Jason. Sorry, man, we’ll get to know you soon enough. Anyway, he’s our first customer at the Dewey location (near South station T stop). Breakfast sandwich and coffee.

We had a crazy day. We served maybe 4-5 times more of you than we were expecting. Tomorrow we return with more food and more staff on board the truck.

For the most part things went very well. There was an awful incident involving the truck and a light post (to be discussed in another entry), we didn’t get those eggs right for the sandwich because we didn’t have the right pots on board, and a bunch of other tiny things that none of you would have noticed, but we are trying to sort out.

Thanks all for coming out. Great to meet so many new people.

7 Responses to First day at Dewey on the Greenway

  1. Scott (One Food Guy) 9 June, 2010 at 8:21 am #

    So excited that you’re in Boston now! I heard what must have been a nasty rumor that food trucks like yours were illegal in the city of Boston. Did you have a difficult time getting permits for Boston? I haven’t been to the Dewey Square truck yet, but are you just parked on the side of the road?

  2. Fred 9 June, 2010 at 9:40 am #

    My lunch (chickpea fritter sandwhich, rosemary fries, rhubarb agua fresca) was phenomenal! You guys looked pretty busy, but seemed to handle everything well!

    Keep up the great work, I’m sure you’ll only see more customers from here on out!

  3. Aerohead 10 June, 2010 at 5:33 am #

    Woah, that’s my housemate…
    Lookin’ good, Josh!. The food, I mean.

  4. Adam Fraser 15 June, 2010 at 2:06 pm #

    Hey food-goons! I keep forgetting that you guys serve breakfast. Will you be behind Kendall tomorrow (Wednesday) morning?

  5. Anirban Ghosh 1 July, 2010 at 8:41 am #

    You guys ROCK! I try to get the breakfast sandwich once a week and will venture into the lunch menu soon… Thanks =)


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