Food trucks offer a diverse and convenient dining experience, bringing a wide range of delicious cuisines directly to the streets. Below, find five of our favorites, spots where you’ll find customers savoring creative meals on the go.
Farmers and Foragers, Burlington, Vt. — Named the best food truck in Vermont in 2022 by alt-weekly Seven Days, Farmers and Foragers was founded on the belief that the highest quality food comes from ingredients grown in a sustainable environment. This mission of serving locally-sourced food results in a menu that features pork belly banh mi, lake perch tacos, and Kimchi hot dogs. A full drink menu includes a host of cocktails and local, craft brews. Find them over the course of the summer located dockside at the Burlington Harbor marina. vtfarmersandforagers.com
Lobster Roller, Gloucester, Mass. — You might recognize owner Jess Moran, a former news and sports reporter in Boston. After 15 years of telling stories from the sidelines, Moran shifted gears in 2021 began telling her own. The menu is simple; You have the options of lobster rolls, grilled cheese, lobster grilled cheese, and clam chowder to choose from. You can order a hot dog too, if you really have to. But why? The Lobster Roller is based in Gloucester and will also be traveling to an event near you this summer. Check web site for a full schedule of where to catch it. thelobsterroller.com
Rolling Fatties, Kingfield, Maine — The “fatty,” in this case, is an enormous burrito, the signature item at this food truck/restaurant located a stone’s throw from Sugarloaf. The truck in question is a 1974 Airstream Argosy that owners Rob and Polly MacMichael restored prior to opening for business. These days, the truck is parked in the back of the Rolling Fatties restaurant, part of summer outdoor space the MacMichaels and friends call the #snikibar.” As for the “fatties,” they start at only $7. The “Freedom Fatty” ($14.50 burrito, $16.50 bowl) is the most expensive item on the menu and consists of the “roller’s choice of anything in the kitchen.” It’s probably worth the risk. rollingfatties.com