New England definitely has its fair share of delicious food trucks. Regardless of what you’re hungry for, chances are you’ll find it at one of these mobile eateries. Here are a few of the best…
The Hindquarter (Burlington, Vermont)
The Hindquarter Catering Company, out of Burlington, Vermont, brings food to the masses in its bright red food truck. Featuring a farm-to-table menu with both smoker and grill-cooked options, BBQ has never tasted so good!
Fryborg (New Haven, Connecticut)
Fryborg is a French fry lover’s dream! This food truck serves up their specialty double-fried (hand-cut) fries with a variety of special sauces. This includes Dutch sauce (made with raw onion, curry, mayonnaise, and ketchup) and a cheesy bacon sauce you can never get enough of.
The menu also features a wide variety of fresh-made sandwiches, and their own line of beverages, “Fryborg Fizz.” Coconut cream pie, anyone?
Shuck Food Truck (Lowell, Maine)
It wouldn’t be a list of the best food trucks in New England without showcasing a seafood truck! Choose from “small bites” or normal-sized entrées. This includes fish and chips, Baja tacos, an oyster raw bar and smoked haddock chowder. YUM!
Roxy’s Grilled Cheese (Boston, MA)
Roxy’s food truck and restaurant locations are all Boston favorites. When you’re in the mood for an extra-gooey, not to mention heavenly, grilled cheese sandwich this is definitely the place to be!
All sandwiches are served on organic bread. The “Hot Honey Bacon,” “Muenster Club” and Mighty Rib Melt” are three favorites. Hand-cut truffle fries, seasonal soups, and salads are also available.
Clyde’s Cupcakes (Exeter, New Hampshire)
When a cupcake is REALLY what you need, track down Clyde’s Cupcakes for a treat you won’t soon forget! Yummy choices include cupcakes (of course!), brownies, cookies, cakes and their newest treat edible cookie dough. Clyde’s mission is to make homemade treats BETTER than grandma used to make. It’s up to you to decide!
Whats your favorite food truck? Comment below!
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