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 Post subject: Re: Hey Boston, convention center
PostPosted: Tue Jan 03, 2012 11:26 pm 
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I know this thread is pretty old but I had to add that there's a falafel place in Central Sq. that's open until 3am.



Whoa! What place?

Moody's Falafal Palace.
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http://www.yelp.com/biz/moodys-falafel- ... l%20Palace

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 Post subject: Re: Hey Boston, convention center
PostPosted: Wed Jan 04, 2012 12:32 pm 
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Mr. Shankly wrote:
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I know this thread is pretty old but I had to add that there's a falafel place in Central Sq. that's open until 3am.



Whoa! What place?

Moody's Falafal Palace.
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Mon-Wed, Sun 11 am - 12 am
Thu, Sat 11 am - 3 am
Fri 2 pm - 3 am


http://www.yelp.com/biz/moodys-falafel- ... l%20Palace

Moody's at 2 or 3 am is the best thing EVER. The people there are lovely, too.

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 04, 2012 4:42 pm 
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Oh man! This is gonna be seriously awesome after all my late night drinking/dancing adventures in Central Sq!

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 Post subject: Re: Hey Boston, convention center
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I would kill for a clover truck chickpea fritter right now

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I know! I'm supposed to go to a basketball game, and I really wish it were warmer--I would have suggested dinner at a Clover food truck!

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 04, 2012 6:00 pm 
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Oh man! This is gonna be seriously awesome after all my late night drinking/dancing adventures in Central Sq!

We should have a midnight falafal date!

Weird! It says that Clover comes to a few locations in Cambridge but I don't think I've ever seen it before. Maybe it blends in with the other food trucks? How do you know what's vegan on the truck? Do they specify or do you have to ask?

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 Post subject: Re: Hey Boston, convention center
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I cant remember if it says on the truck but the people working their are super awesome and friendly and get the chickpea fritter

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I cant remember if it says on the truck but the people working their are super awesome and friendly and get the chickpea fritter

Haha, thanks! I do love the sound of a chickpea fritter...

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I agree with adam! Chickpea fritter is amazzzing! And we should totally have a midnite falafel date!

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 Post subject: Re: Hey Boston, convention center
PostPosted: Thu Jan 05, 2012 11:00 am 
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Mr. Shankly wrote:
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I cant remember if it says on the truck but the people working their are super awesome and friendly and get the chickpea fritter

Haha, thanks! I do love the sound of a chickpea fritter...

It's just "we don't think people know what falafel is"-code for falafel, but has a zillion toppings that make it extra awesome.

They don't specify what's vegan on the truck, but the chickpea fritter/falafel is vegan as is. Other sandwiches (bbq seitan, soy blt) can be made vegan but they don't have vegenaise so fork that. The rosemary french fries are vegan and awesome.

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Thanks b.vicious! Do you know if they have soymilk there for the coffee?

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but the will put tahini on your soy BLT if you ask, and it's actually pretty damn good that way.

i don't think they have soy milk but i haven't been in a really long time, so i might be wrong.

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 Post subject: Re: Hey Boston, convention center
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Thanks b.vicious! Do you know if they have soymilk there for the coffee?


I believe youre someone after my own heart because Im pretty sure I asked that and they dont (or they were out...cant recall 100%, brain fog) They had a pretty great hot cider though

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Their basil lemonade in the summer is forking fantastic too!

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I've been at a conference at the convention center this week, and I've got two more places to add that I don't think have been mentioned yet. Jaffa Cafe has pretty good falafel and hummus and stuff. Not the best I've had, but a decent option for if you're going with a few people and want something nearby. Just a few blocks away on Newbury Street is Trident bookstore and cafe, which has a whole lot of vegan options, including scrambled tofu at breakfast. Within the Pru shops, there are a bunch of fast food and casual places, mostly chains, most of which have at least one or two vegan options.


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 Post subject: Re: Hey Boston, convention center
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Larisa, you just rocked my world regarding Trident. I love that place, but I haven't been since going vegan.

Are you still in Boston??

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Larisa! How long are you here?!

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 Post subject: Re: Hey Boston, convention center
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Larisa wrote:
I've been at a conference at the convention center this week, and I've got two more places to add that I don't think have been mentioned yet. Jaffa Cafe has pretty good falafel and hummus and stuff. Not the best I've had, but a decent option for if you're going with a few people and want something nearby. Just a few blocks away on Newbury Street is Trident bookstore and cafe, which has a whole lot of vegan options, including scrambled tofu at breakfast. Within the Pru shops, there are a bunch of fast food and casual places, mostly chains, most of which have at least one or two vegan options.

Oh, were you at Hynes Convention Center? There's lots of good stuff in that area. Steve's has awesome Mediterranean food, too.

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Larisa! How long are you here?!


I left yesterday. I had a pretty full schedule and didn't really have time for seeing anyone other than math people.


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 Post subject: Re: Hey Boston, convention center
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Oh, were you at Hynes Convention Center? There's lots of good stuff in that area. Steve's has awesome Mediterranean food, too.

I love Steve's Greek's hummus!

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I went to Clover tonight! I had the chickpea fritter and rosemary fries, it was soooo good!

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 Post subject: Re: Hey Boston, convention center
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Has anything new popped up around the Boston convention center? It sounds like just Flour and Clover that are in walking distance and yelp isn't being helpful at all! I'd be open to recommendations in Beacon Hill as well. Also, hi! I'm here through Wednesday.


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Hi, Thessaly! Which convention center? Hynes there's also a sweetgreens and pret a manger for quick bites. Since you said flour and clover, I'm guessing you're by the seaport/waterfront though. I think it'd be easy to get to My Thai vegan cafe; there's also a Boloco by Emerson College which is on. Boylston Street across from the Common.

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It's definitely not Hynes. It's the huge one, I guess just south of Seaport, on Summer St?

I'll check out Boloco!


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there's also a Boloco by Emerson College which is on. Boylston Street across from the Common.

That's where I went on Wednesday! It wasn't all that impressive, but it was okay for a cheapish late night eat. I stayed at the Boston Common Hotel. The second day Bon Me parked on Stuart and Trinity Place and that was pretty great. Boston is fun! I didn't eat anything earth-shattering, but it was still a really fun and spirited city and I enjoyed myself immensely.


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