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Friends don’t let friends (guests) leave Hungry
So let the Sausage guy be the “designated delight” for a delicious event ending treat or any time that fulfills the cravings of your guests.
Now when you hear “let’s have one for the road” you know it now means a delicious grilled sausage from The Sausage Guy!
Let us bring “The Flavor of Fenway” to your home or office today. Celebrate the Red Sox winning ways with your co-workers or family with The Sausage Guy. For more information on catering, call 781-749-3359 or email at email@example.com.
Deals for Functions with 60 People or Less
- Package 1 – $795.00
Sausage Guy Sausage & Hot Dogs
- Package 2 – $895.00
Sausage Guy Sausage, Hot Dogs, Hamburgers (w/cheese or w/o)
- Package 3 – $1095.00
Sausages, Dogs, Burgers, Pulled Pork or Steak Tips
*** Sides available: $2.00 per person extra ***
Menu Options and Prices for Larger Functions
Bags of chips, potato salad BBQ beans, cole slaw, summer salad, and pasta salad
All selections above are full service with onsite cooking for up to three hours. Condiments are included. A non-refundable 50% deposit is collected during final booking. Severe weather, change off dates, and conditions are negotiable.
- Call: 781-749-3359 or EMAIL for Parties of 60+
Now booking Octoberfest Parties!
Brats w/ Sauerkraut
Authentic German Weisswurst w/Sauerkraut
Add to any of our packages!
FRIENDS DONT LET FRIENDS LEAVE HUNGRY –
LET THE SAUSAGE GUY BE THE DESIGNATED DELIGHT
About The Sausage Guy
Millions of fans have come to know The Sausage Guy He’s become a legendary cult figure and entertainer among celebrities and mobs of screaming fans who pop over to his cart when they get the late night urge for the “other white meat.”
He has served everyone from Jerry Springer, Lenny Clark, and Jasper White to The Phantom Gourmet.
His cart is visited by sports players, Hollywood celebrities, locals, college students and baseball fans from around the world. “The Sausage Guy” has become a Boston landmark and a “must see” tourist attraction for thousands.
Who is the Sausage Guy?
The Sausage Guy, also known as David Littlefield, can be found on Boston’s famous Lansdowne St. traversing until early morning on Thursday, Friday, and Saturdays. He’s also a fixture at all Red Sox games. But it wasn’t always this way….
Having graduated from Curry College in 1991, David Littlefield started his first concession business in 1993. He began by selling boneless buffalo wings to Patriots fans at Foxboro stadium. After investing $600 in the cart and securing a license, the first day was a complete bust! The next week, David turned the fryolator into a steamer for hot dogs. By the next home game, he had hot dogs and the now famous sausages. He quickly became a staple of the landscape and was referred to by the masses as “The Sausage Guy,” a name that has endured for more than 10 years.
After trying his hand at other professions, including radio advertising and managing a rock band, David decided to work only for himself – turning his side business as “The Sausage Guy” into a full-time gig. Suddenly, you would find “The Sausage Guy” any place a late night or lunch crowd gathered. In 1997, David secured his marquis location on Lansdowne Street. And once on Lansdowne Street, his personality took over.
It has been said, “’The Sausage Guy’ has single-handedly change the vending/concession profession.” His creative marking schemes and outgoing upbeat personality have continued to set him apart from the others. From a marketing relationship with WBCN, the first Sausage Guy commercial was born. He soon had a calendar, bumper stickers, hats, tee shirts, and even a T.V. commercial. In May of 2003 David secured a deal with his providers that enable him to privatize his own label. You can now purchase Sausage Guy sausages online 24-7, with shipping available anywhere in the U.S.
And When He’s Not the Sausage Guy?
On his “off” nights, it’s likely that David is home taking care of his three children, Jett, Sawyer and Grace, or spending some time with his wife Rosemary.
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100 Years of Fenway
“The Right Bites”
Chris Mahr recalls his experience with several Sausage Guy “sandwiches.”
“This was a step up from my usual fare of a Fenway frank. Being 14 and equipped with eyes bigger than my stomach, I ordered two.”
Read The Right Bites Article >>
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