Otis & Ahearn on Boston’s Best Food Trucks

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Here at Otis & Ahearn, we love our real estate and our food. Here are our top favorite food trucks around the city of Boston. Check them out!

The Cookie Monstah

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First time recommendation: The Salty Dog

With the mission statement being “Just enough dough to hold the chocolate together,” you will not be disappointed when receiving your first slice of heaven from The Cookie Monstah truck. Missy Gale, the food truck’s owner, is a mother of four with a passion for baking. Next time you see her around Boston, make sure to try “The Salty Dog”–a salted caramel cookie with turtle ice cream. Find the locations here: http://thecookiemonstah.com./the-truck/

Bon Me

First time recommendation: Miso-braised Pulled Pork Bánh Mì Sandwich

If you are looking for original variety, Bon Me is the perfect place to go. It presents fresh, bold, and savory Vietnamese cuisine. If you happen to see this food truck on a sweltering Boston day, make sure to stop by for some light salads or sandwiches. Find the locations here: http://www.bonmetruck.com/locations/.

Wow Barbecue

First time recommendation: Lamb Skewers

Wow Barbecue serves authentic Chinese barbecue. Their mission is to introduce authentic, foreign food to Bostonians, while sparking the taste buds of Chinese natives missing home. Be sure to give Wow Barbecue a chance.

Find the locations here: http://www.wowbarbecue.com/food-truck.html.

Roxy’s Grilled Cheese

 

First time recommendation: The Green Muenster (made with guacamole, bacon, and Muenster cheese)

When serving gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches becomes an art, know Roxy’s Grilled Cheese. They take grilled cheese to the next level by adding unexpected ingredients and expectedly making them work.

Find Roxy’s Grilled Cheese in the streets of Boston, or anticipate their whereabouts here: http://www.roxysgrilledcheese.com/locations/.

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