Along with a new location and new setup, this spring’s Boston Calling Music Festival offers the most food options to date. Not only can you dine on standards like Tasty Burger and concoctions like The Smoke Shop’s BBQ Bomb, you can find tents from some of Boston’s more upscale restaurants, including Puritan & Company and Love Art Sushi.
One of the names found in both the VIP area and in general admission is Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse. The same restaurant that serves an 89-dollar Porterhouse is dishing out festival goods on both the surf and turf sides.
For beef fans, Ruth’s Chris has a steak sandwich for $14 salad and steak skewers for the same price, and a lobster roll for $16.
At the booth to the right, Shuck Food Truck has its own lobster roll for $18, as well as oysters on the half shell.
Here’s what it looks like inside Boston Calling 2017: