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Food Truck: Crisp On Wheels, New York, NY

Lunch lines at food trucks in New York City this time of year can get downright ridiculous, but we’re still hitting the streets to find food trucks chock full of fun lunch options. They have the best options for speedy meals, so don’t let their block-long lines turn you away. If you’re a total food truck newbie, we’ll help you transition into the genre with our helpful hints. Read on to see my recommendations from Crisp on Wheels!

To ensure that your favorite lunches are always available, find a food truck that is an offshoot of a store. CRISP has several locations throughout New York City, and a Crisp on Wheels food truck that parks itself near office buildings in a different place daily. Picking food trucks gives you lots of options when you get stuck in a foodie rut. Since the location is always moving around, you can find them no matter where you are.

Crisp Africa: falafel, sweet potato, veggies in peanut sauce in pita

At the Crisp on Wheels food truck, you can add fries with your falafel sandwich for only a dollar. It’s a great way to turn your lunch into a full on meal that will keep you full and satisfied until your late dinner. Plus, a dollar? Come on! The quality is so much better than a fast food joint would give you, but at the same budget-friendly price. Always look for these easy upgrades when you hit a food truck, because they’re great incentives!

Always look for trucks that offer fresh, free ingredients. Lots of trucks have basic meals with competitive prices, but you can really rack up quite the bill if you’re not paying attention. Look at what’s included with your meal to get your best value. Crisp has everything you need included with your sandwich, so you can go all out on flavors!


About Kristine Hope Kowalski

Kristine is a writer from New Jersey. When not quoting Tolstoy or catching up on her Twitter feed, she can be found watching iCarly or perusing the clearance racks at Bloomingdales.

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