Democrat or Republican, we all gotta eat.
Last year, the Greenway Mobile Food Festival was postponed when protesters took over Dewey Square as part of the Occupy Wall Street movement.
But the festival's return this Saturday should be good news for all hungry Bostonians regardless of their political leanings.
The city's vibrant food truck scene will turn Dewey Square and the Fort Point Channel Parks into the world's most appetizing parking lot.
Over 20 mobile kitchens, including favorites like Boston Speed Dogs, Redbones and Roxy's Grilled Cheese, will unite for a good cause: making sure you leave stuffed.
In between bites, check out performances from local bands, a cooking competition between vendors and a panel of local celebs and chefs who shall award the title of 2012 Mobile Food Fest Champ.
Now, that's a primary worth tuning into.
Greenway Mobile Food Festival
Saturday, May 5
Rose Kennedy Greenway, Dewey Square Park (Summer St. & Atlantic Ave) and Fort Point Channel Parks (Congress St. & Pearl St.)
Nearby: Biddy Early's; Good Life; Radius