Eating lunch in Dewey Square Wednesday could earn you a food truck passport

The Bon Me food truck serves hungry patrons during lunchtime. –Dina Rudick/The Boston Globe

You might want to leave the brown bag lunch at home Wednesday.

The Rose Kennedy Greenway’s Mobile Eats program will be handing out “food truck passports” in Dewey Square—and the punch card could score you a free meal at your favorite truck.

The wallet-sized passport is needed to collect stamps from each of the 17 participating food trucks after a purchase of at least $5, Greenway spokesman Michael Nichols told Those who fill their cards will get a free meal from the truck of their choice.

Some of the participating trucks include Mei Mei, Bon Me, Zinneken’s Truck, Walloon’s Fried Chicken, Stoked, and Cupcake City.


But passports are limited.

There are only 500, Nichols said, and the Greenway team will be handing them out at Dewey Square for the one day only from 12 to 2 p.m.

The Rose Kennedy Greenway signed on 34 food trucks for their 2016 Mobile Eats season: 10 new vendors in addition to 24 returning trucks at 20 different locations along the Greenway each day. Last year, the food trucks involved in the Mobile Eats program served more than 640,000 people.

The wallet-sized passport listing the participating food trucks.
The wallet-sized passport listing the participating food trucks. —Michael Nichols
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