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Here is our schedule for November:
- 11am-5pm – November 8th, 15th & 22nd outside the Science Center at Harvard University. 1 Oxford Street, Cambridge, MA 02138. Directions: http://tinyurl.com/harvardsciencecenter
- Noon-6pm – November 4th, 11th & 18th outside The Charles Hotel. The intersection of Eliot Street and Bennett Street, Cambridge, MA 02138. Directions: http://tinyurl.com/Charles-Square-Farmers-Market
- 9am-1pm – November 5th & 12th at the Union Square Farmers Market. Union Square Plaza at the intersection of Washington Street & Prospect Street, Somerville, MA 02143. Directions: http://tinyurl.com/Union-Sq-Farmers-Market
- 9:30am-2:30pm November 19th at the Somerville Winter Market. Inside the Armory building at 191 Highland Ave, Somerville, MA 02143. Directions: http://tinyurl.com/Somerville-Winter-Market
- 10am-2pm, November 6th, 13th & 20th outside The Charles Hotel. The intersection of Eliot Street and Bennett Street, Cambridge, MA 02138. Directions: http://tinyurl.com/Charles-Square-Farmers-Market
We are incredibly excited to announce that as part of the Common Spaces project currently going on at Harvard, Culinary Cruisers, along with a handful of other food carts/trucks, can now be found outside the Science Center!
The Science Center is located at 1 Oxford Street, Cambridge, MA 02138.
Find us every Monday and Wednesday from 11am – 5pm pouring our delicious kombucha from the Cruiser. Make sure to stop by for a glass!
For a full list of all vendors, check out www.commonspaces.harvard.edu
I know this video about the Harvard Farmers’ Market was shot about a month ago, but I just saw the text. We get a nice little shout out!
The blistering heat forced tourist Ashley Kramer to follow the crowds through the Yard to the Harvard Farmers’ Market, where he might have quenched his thirst with a sample of lemonade. Instead, he found Culinary Cruisers, a bicycle-powered food cart selling kombucha, a funky probiotic drink.
“I’d never had kombucha until I came to the states,” said Kramer, who is from New Zealand by way of South Africa, “but when I return home, I think I’m going to start brewing my own.”
The taste of kombucha is somewhere between sparkling apple juice and wine; and while it’s fermented, it’s nonalcoholic.
“People really like it,” said the man behind the cart, Josh Danoff, who runs the enterprise alongside his sister. “I drink a lot of coffee — I love coffee — but now when I wake up, I drink this. It’s given me so much more energy.”
“I never expected to find a farmers’ market right in the middle of campus — it’s pretty cool,” said Kramer, who supped more than a few samples of the drink, slid on his silver aviators, and headed on his way.
The Harvard Farmers’ Market brings the season’s luscious bounty to Harvard every Tuesday outside the Science Center and every Friday in Allston.
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Check out the picture of our Cruiser on Boston.com!