Beacon Bite Drives Into Sunset

Food truck owners decide to hang it up

Lightened by the sun, a handwritten sign placed at the edge of the lot that housed The Beacon Bite food truck thanks patrons while announcing the business’s apparent demise. A mainstay in the lot for the past three years (and the subject of a profile in the June 17 issue of The Current), the sign explained that the duo respectfully chose not to petition the City Council, planning or zoning boards to grant an extension for the sunset clause in their site plan, which will lapse on Aug. 1.

The sign left behind by Beacon Bites (Photo by Jeff Simms)

The sign left behind by Beacon Bites (Photo by Jeff Simms)


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