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Town of Brookline
Brookline Mobile Food Vendor Program PDF Print E-mail

Corner of St. Mary's St./Commonwealth Ave. (Click here for Map)

Schedule as of 4/23/2014

Shift/Day  Monday Tuesday  Wednesday Thursday  Friday







Renula's Greek Kitchen,

Bean Town Taco 

Renula's Greek Kitchen,

Renula's Greek Kitchen


 Bean Town Taco

 Bean Town Taco



Baja Taco 


Baja Taco,


Baja Taco




Baja Taco 

Trucks with Brookline Storefronts:

Clover, 10 Harvard Street, Brookline Village


General Information:

Following a request by the Board of Selectmen, Town Staff launched a pilot mobile food program which ran from July 2012 - December 2013.  The Selectmen voted to continue the program through December 2014.  


In recent years, mobile food trucks and carts have become increasingly popular across the country. Restauranteurs are able to develop new food concepts at relatively low cost and bring them to locations where there may be an unsatisfied demand for freshly-prepared food. Brookline is a desirable place to support mobile food, in part because of its population of college students, young professionals and families.  Food trucks have also become a popular option to cater both private and public special events.  The Town values its existing, robust community of dining establishments.  When making food truck parking assignments, the Town of Brookline will take into careful consideration the location and type of established restaurants in an effort to minimize any impact of the Mobile Food Program on existing businesses.


Qualified Mobile Food Truck or Cart applicants use public parking locations on certain Town streets and parks from which to sell freshly-prepared food to the general public. The locations for food trucks or carts are areas more likely to be underserved by nearby restaurants.

Have comments or suggestions?  Email them to amartineau@brooklinema.gov

Program Contacts:

Vendors interested in learning more about the program should contact the following Town Departments:


Patrick J. Maloney, MPAH
Chief of Environmental Health


Planning and Community Development:
Andy Martineau
Economic Development Planner


Michael Yanovitch
Chief Building Inspector





Fire Prevention Division

Frequently Requested Documents:

Request for Proposals including Application & Scoring Criteria for 2013 (now closed)

Mobile Food Vendor Regulations