Even though the last few days have been unseasonably warm, a smart new Yorker knows it’s not going to last. So before we go out chomping on kale and trying to get our beach bods back, let’s take some time to enjoy the best part about winter, comfort food! We’ve made a list of the Top 5 New York City Food Trucks for getting your belly full of warm comfy goodness. We’ll keep the salads on hold until spring.
1. GORILLA CHEESE NYC
Now while comfort food does come in many forms, there is one ingredient that sort of ties the entire genre together. Melted cheese. So naturally Gorilla Cheese has been our go to for comfort to go.
3. EMPIRE BARBEQUE
When the days are cold and dark we can always turn to some slow braised BBQ pork to warm the body and soul. Empire Barbeque will keep your belly full and is always served with a smile from co-owners and operators Vincent and Owen.
4. MADE FROM SCRATCH
Now when it comes to really packing the warm savory gooey flavors of winter into most scrumptious bites per capita, Made From Scratch is delivering in new and interesting ways like their lobster poutine and or chicken and waffles. They even offer a plant-based burger for our vegan and vegetarian readers!
5. THE MAC TRUCK
The Mac Truck is a truck completely dedicated to creating new innovative Mac and Cheese styling’s. Normally we aren’t ones to try to fix what ain’t broke, but we have no problem with covering our Mac with bacon!
Book a Food Truck for Your Winter Event
Booking a catering service for your winter party or company event can be challenging and disappointing. Simplify the process by booking any of your favorite New York Food Trucks through NYFTA! Not only are you supporting local business owners, but these comfort food hits are certain to bring a bit of warmth to your party during the winter months.
Catering specifically can be one of the priciest aspects of a corporate party, so you’ve come to the right place if you want to mitigate this cost. In this blog, we will discuss the cost benefits of certain vendors in New York City along with the general advantages of working with the New York Food Truck Association for large, corporate events!
As the winter season approaches, food truck owners should be asking themselves, ‘how do I keep my food truck business running in cold and snowy weather?’ Or to take this question one step further, ‘how do I keep my business thriving during these chillier months?’ Thanks to our experience working directly with hundreds of New York City’s food trucks, we have the answers!