A new food truck is ready to hit the road in Greater Boston, bringing a whole bunch of Latin American dishes to the area. Roadies Diner, which previously vended in New York’s Hudson Valley, has relocated to Boston and just released a schedule detailing where it will set up shop around the city in the coming months.
Roadies Diner is the work of owners William De Filippis and Erica Pratico, who operate out of the Stock Pot Malden shared commercial kitchen/culinary incubator, as previously reported. The truck’s menu features sandwiches and platters, including a choripan filled with linguiça sausage, a Cubano sandwich with roast pork, and a buttermilk battered fried chicken option. The platters come with a choice of protein served alongside rice and beans, with toppings like pickled veggies, queso fresco, avocado, and chimichurri. Sides include tostones, sweet plantains, and yucca fries.
The truck location schedule for February and March is out now, and Roadies Diner will spend a good amount of time in Everett serving food at Night Shift and Bone Up Brewing, in addition to parking near Alewife on Wednesdays. The truck is also available for catering and events.
• Roadies Diner Will Soon Hit the Boston Streets [EBOS]
• Roadies Diner [Official Site]