This article is nothing against Bon Me or Roxy’s. The truth is that they are excellent food trucks and some of my favorite in Boston. But now that Bon Me and Roxy’s Grilled Cheese have cemented their place in Boston food truck lore, it’s time to check out other food trucks that Boston has to offer! Here’s a couple spots that I recommend you check out next time you’re hungry & feeling to try out something new.Facebook)
They have an actual wood-burning oven on the truck, END OF STORY. Well not really, Stoked makes a mean classic cheese pizza but they also aren’t afraid to experiment with flavors. They have a rotation of specialty pizzas every week. Who knows what you’ll be trying next.Facebook)
Moyzilla is hands down my favorite food truck in Boston. From their dumplings to Japanese fried chicken, it’s literally impossible to make a bad choice here. Don’t forget to grab a spring roll!Facebook)
Being an employee of Baja, I get a firsthand look at the passion that goes into the food. A stuffed, warm burrito is the perfect fix for your winter blues.Facebook)
Boston finally has a waffle truck! New on the scene, Zinneken’s serving up authentic Belgian waffles to save us from the cheap, frozen supermarket knockoff waffles we’ve come to know.
Go on; give your mouth something to talk about! Even during the winter months in Boston, these food tucks are still out there so stop by & show them some love. You can view the schedules for all Boston food trucks here.