The GO Burger is hearty, fatty and fulfilling -- I got the BLT with double-smoked bacon.
This food truck has slogged the long haul through several years in NYC and is going strong. With delicious Belgian frites, a rarity in Midtown, for $3, and burgers like The Texan, a grassfed Angus with provolone, applewood bacon, Cajun onions and Maker's Mark BBQ sauce, for $9.50, that's no surprise.
Pork chops or chicken over rice for under $10 in Midtown? With its grease and salt, this truck resembles a Taiwanese food court, and comforts like one too.
"I Can't Believe It's Vegan" lunch truck also offers breakfast: bourbon hazelnut pancakes with cranberries, beer syrup and pine nut butter.
These guys have a thing going on and they know it. Who can resist popcorn, so inextricably intertwined with every childhood memory and movie ever? This fun truck with friendly guys inside popped up in Midtown last week with all your usual flavors (cheese, caramel, butter) at $3 a pop. The caramel was fresh, crunchy and just as delicious as I remember it from state fairs as a kid. I believe they really do pop it fresh daily.