There’s something to be said about the flexibility, simplicity, and complexity of the sandwich. It transcends cultures and has made its way into just about every aspect of the culinary world. The recipe: whatever you want, between two slices of whatever you want, leaves so much room for interpretation. Sometimes a simple peanut butter and jelly will hit the spot, but in New York City the sandwich scene has reached new heights. Here’s our list of must have sandwiches for 2017.
Not just a sandwich truck, Disos Italian sandwich society makes the best Italian subs in New York. All named after Italian mob characters, made with the freshest ingredients from Di Palos in Little Italy. Just don’t interrupt us while we’re eating one!
DELI AND DOGZ
Sometimes you just need a pile of pastrami bigger than your head. Sometimes you need it a couple days a week… So when the urge strikes, the deli and dogz truck will be there to satiate your craving.
Now there’s not much that you can’t throw into a grilled cheese. And no one has made that more obvious that the master sandwich craftsmen at Gorilla Cheese NYC. From buffalo chicken to classic muenster, they are by far the cheesiest in the city.
Rain or shine, the Philly cheesesteak is always a best bet. And now the authentic taste of Philly is here in NYC at Carl’s Steaks.
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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!