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CLOVER FOOD LAB

The Clover Food Lab has a few locations around the city, so a map and compass won't be necessary to find quick, affordable vegetarian eats (out of a truck). They're posted up in City Hall Plaza and South Station, so you can chomp on a BBQ seitan sandwich while laughing at dudes screaming into Bluetooth headsets. Or get at 'em for a chickpea fritter sandwich in Harvard Square to pass the never-ending wait for the 66 bus. You MIT folks can take a break from solving the universe and take down a soy BLT. Clover's also stationed in SoWa through Halloween — so we can only hope they'll have spooky specials like, I dunno, extra bloody vegetables on pita bread? So go to any of the five locations and take a minute to appreciate some of your own damn time and some rosemary fries. OH! OH! GOT IT! Rosemary's Baby fries!

CLOVER FOOD LAB | 20 Carleton St, Cambridge (MIT) | Weekdays, 8 am–7 pm | 7 Holyoke St, Cambridge (Harvard Square) | Daily, 7 am–10 pm | Summer St and Atlantic Ave, Boston (South Station) | Weekdays, 8 am–6 pm | City Hall Plaza, Boston (Government Center) | Weekdays, 8 am–3 pm | SoWa Market, 460 Harrison Ave, Boston | Sundays (May 1–October 31), 8 am–4 pm | cloverfoodtruck.com

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