About Me

headshotWell thanks for stopping by! I’m Steve Leibowitz, and I’ve been writing about food trucks in and around Boston since it started in 2011. It’s just a labor of love, for both the interesting and creative food, and the entrepreneurs working so hard. I’m not a formal food reviewer and you won’t see phrases like “excellent contrast in flavors and texture” from me. You’ll see plenty of food pictures, what I think of what I ate and discussion about food truck culture here. You can also follow me on Twitter @StevenL57 .

17 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Hi Steve,

    My name is Jodie and I’m a co-op for BDCwire, an arts and lifestyle site from the Boston Globe. I’m currently doing a story about food trucks and was hoping you could be a part of it!

    I’m writing a piece about what food trucks are missing in the greater Boston Area and was wondering if we could chat in person, via person or e-mail – really whatever is easiest for you about this topic! Let me know if you’d be interested.

    If you have any further questions, of course don’t hesitate to reach out.

    Thanks and I look forward to hearing back from you!

    Best,
    Jodie

    1. Hi Nancy – can you send me more details on date, time location and if you are looking for something specific? About how many people are you expecting? Email me steve at hubfoodtrucks.com . Thanks!

    1. Hi Gene – I only write about food trucks, I don’t have one. You can reach Salt Block at saltblockfoodtruck@gmail.com . If you are interested to see if any Boston trucks would be interested in making the trek, email me details such as location(s), is there a cost involved, number of people that attend, anything that would be important to know logistically and I will forward. My email is steve at hubfoodtrucks.com

    1. Hi Jen – glad to do it and always glad to help out fellow Huskies. If you’d like to publicize the results, I’d be glad to blog post it. Or any other way I can be helpful.
      Steve

  2. Hi Steve,

    With the help of MIT Police, I am coordinating the 4th annual Boston Strong Memorial Basketball Tournament being played at MIT next weekend, August 6&7. The tournament is being played to honor fallen MIT Police Officer, Sean A. Collier. Teams are mainly comprised of first responders, correctional officers and essential medical personnel.

    Do you know of any Food Truck owners that would be interested in being a part of our efforts?

    Rafael

  3. Hello I have an interesting question for you. I am producing a little in store for a company that would like a food truck out front. The problem is they are on a one way street. So we are challenged by the fact that most food trucks serving windows open up to the passenger side. I NEED one on the drivers side to legally park in front of this store. ANY IDEAS?!

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