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February 25, 2017
Dining Hall Alternatives: Top 10 Boston Food Trucks
One of the hardest parts of freshman year is trying to adapt to living off food from the dining hall. Luckily, if you go to school in Boston, you can easily diversify your diet by visiting one of the city’s many food trucks. See the best that Boston has to offer below!
⋆ Stop here for: Vietnamesefood.
⋆ Sample Items: Pork ramen, roasted soy and paprika tofu, coconut chia pudding, and deviled tea eggs.
⋆ Stop here for: Bubble tea.
⋆ Sample Items: Kumquat lemon slush, honeydew fruit tea, and lychee yogurt.
⋆ Stop here for: Mexican food.
⋆ Sample Items: Sopapillas of all kinds (Nutella and banana, buffalo chicken, etc), including donut sopapillas with homemade glaze.
⋆ Stop here for: Middle Eastern cuisine.
⋆ Sample Items: Laffa wraps, chickpea fries, stuffed grape leaves, and chicken schnitzel.
⋆ Stop here for: Chinese-American fusion food.
⋆ Sample Items: Scallion pancake sandwiches and market bowls with creative names like Lil’ Kim Chi and Chorizard.
⋆ Stop here for: Local seafood.
⋆ Sample Items: Lobster rolls, crab cake sandwiches, fried calamari, and, of course, New England clam chowder.
⋆ Stop here for: Greek food.
⋆ Sample Items: Gyros, avgolemono soup, spanakopita, and dolmadakia.
⋆ Stop here for: BACON!
⋆ Sample Items: The Hangover sandwich (bacon scallion hash, cheddar and havarti cheese, and fried egg), Nutella-coated bacon, and deep-fried bacon wrapped hot dogs.
⋆ Stop here for: Thai, Indian, Lao, and Khmer food.
⋆ Sample Items: Vegetarian samosas, egg rolls, phad thai, and crab rangoon.
⋆ Stop here for: Dessert.
⋆ Sample Items: Mix and match cookie flavors like salted caramel and butterscotch and ice cream flavors like peanut butter cup and coffee Oreo.
Check the city of Boston’s official schedule to see when and where you can find these food trucks and add them to your list of things to do in Boston! Don’t forget to comment below and tell us your favorite!