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Broadway Bites: Charlito’s Cocina

Highlights: Salty goodness all around.

Lowlights: So insanely overpriced.

As a resident of the midtown food truck dead zone, I rarely get rich lunch options without having to venture at least a mile out of my way. Needless to say …

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Frites ‘N’ Meats

Highlights: Quality ingredients served with pizzazz and an impressive ordering/payment system.

Lowlights: Can be pricey and the truck can get mobbed, leading to a bit of a wait if you don’t order ahead of time.

I usually try to eat …

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Steaks & Crepes

Highlights: A well-seasoned old-fashioned cheesesteak. Very tasty.

Lowlights: There were no crepes.

Thank god for Citibike. It has single-handedly allowed me to double my lunchtime food truck radius. Now, if I’m willing to risk life and limb piloting the streets …

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Supreme Burger/Rhong-Tiam

Highlights: Toppings galore. A lot different from other trucks’ offerings.

Lowlights: Actual beef patty was a bit overcooked. Price.

Burgers are all the rage nowadays. It’s hard to walk down the street without seeing tons of different chic restaurants promising …

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Diso’s Italian Sandwich Society

Highlights: Meats, Cheeses, Bread. Experience.

Lowlights: Truck Design.

I’m a sucker for a good sandwich. In my opinion, it’s one of the best things you can eat for lunch. There’s nothing like the crunch of a good piece of bread …

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