Roll Out: Four Seasons Food Truck Takes to the Road

Roll Out: Four Seasons Food Truck Takes to the Road
Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts
The truck will visit nine different cities along the East Coast.

The Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts launched its second food truck tour on Monday, September 15, which will stop in nine major cities along the East Coast. The food truck’s journey started in Boston and will come to an end when it reaches Miami on November 6.

With each stop along the tour, the food truck will see a new culinary team take over the kitchen. The local Four Seasons of each city will play host on the truck and serve an exclusive menu to the local community and the hotel guests.

The menu, which has all items priced at $10 and under, will vary from city to city, with each one highlighting regional specialties. In Boston, the lobster roll is the star of the menu, while pastrami sliders will be the highlight of the New York City menu.

The truck will spend up to six days in each destination on the tour, attending events and making stops at key landmarks including Philadelphia’s LOVE Park, Piedmont Park Farmers Market in Atlanta, and the Food Truck Roundup in Wynwood, Miami. In New York, the Food Truck will spend a day outside the iconic Kleinfeld Bridal giving away miniature wedding cakes.

A portion of food truck revenue from each participating hotel will be donated to a local charity in each market, including those raising money for breast cancer awareness, foster care, education, and pediatric oncology research.

The complete schedule of 2014 tour dates is as follows:

  • September 15–20: Boston, Mass.
  • September 22–27: Philadelphia, Pa.
  • September 29–October 4: New York, N.Y.
  • October 6–11: Baltimore, Md.
  • October 13–18: Washington, D.C.
  • October 20–25: Atlanta, Ga.
  • October 27–28: Orlando, Fla.
  • October 30–November 4: Palm Beach, Fla.
  • November 6–11: Miami, Fla. 
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