NY food trucks were once only reserved for fearless persons with an iron stomach. Sure you could get some street meat with rice and beans, but would you make it to the end of the day without incident? You were fairly happy with that dirty water dog on the way down, but did you really want to be tasting it all afternoon? Move over scary street food, now you can get a Kobe beef burger and Belgian waffle with the works from a brand new type of food truck. In the past few years gourmet food trucks have been popping up and around all over the city. Cheaper than a storefront and more portable now these vendors can peddle their delectables in Midtown for lunch and Soho for dinner. And most will tweet their location so you know exactly when dumplings will be available on a street corner near you. While not cheap, most are very reasonably priced for the quality of food you get. If you are curious about the 25 best new and veteran food trucks, NY Magazine has it all laid out for you with the most adorable truck icons. via
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mmmmm…truck food. The Freshly Baked truck parked across the street from my office always smells good, but the Belgian Waffle Truck is on another level altogether.