Eat and Drink

Fresh Food Generation is now open

Locally sourced, freshly prepared, Caribbean-inspired

A new Caribbean American farm to plate restaurant has opened at 185 Talbot Avenue. According to Boston Eater, the founders of Fresh Food Generation – a catering and food truck businesses – spend the last five years raising funds, refining their menu, and gaining a customer base by renting space at CommonWealth Kitchen – a food incubator and commercial kitchen.

Expect such favorites like the jerk chicken and the kale salad, salmon, burgers and house-made empanadas on the menu! There is limited counter seating at the Talbot Ave. location but you can get get food to go or have it delivered. Starting in April, you will have the option of eating outdoors on a 30-seat patio Fresh Food Generation also hopes to acquire a liquor license in the future.

They will continue with their food truck and catering business in addition to the new brick + mortar restaurant.

Make sure to follow them on Instagram for the latest news, specials etc.

 

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