Neighborhood Watch

Beer Marathon Scheduled for Saturday; Prana Cafe Closes

Citywide: The Great Boston Beer Marathon happens tomorrow. For a mere $30, you can don a viking helmet and swill your way through town! Registration begins at 10 a.m. at the House of Blues. [Great Boston Experience]

Newton: Prana Cafe, where we once spent $20 for what appeared to be a quadrant of lettuce, has closed. [Boston]

Citywide: The City of Boston’s food truck roll-out has “softly launched”; some of the 15 trucks still wrestle with licensing and other logistical issues. [Globe]

Redbones, slated to debut its ‘cue truck next week, has announced its various locations. [BRT]

South End: El Centro is now serving lunch. [Grub Street]

Back Bay: The Salty Pig will open to the public on Saturday. [Facebook]

Back Bay: Forum has opened in the old Vox Populi space on Boylston Street. [Grub Street]

Greenway: Jason Santos’s Blue Inc. has opened. [Grub Street]

South Boston: Pennypacker’s food truck is now open for business in the Marine Industrial Park, featuring quiche, egg salad, and house-made sausages. [BRT]

Chipotle will add a new Boston location, at the historic Old Corner Bookstore on School Street. [BRT]

Fort Point: Trillium Brewery has been approved by the Boston Zoning Board. [Universal Hub via Adam’s Hospitality]

Beer Marathon Scheduled for Saturday; Prana Cafe Closes