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Boston Area’s Best Food Trucks For Weddings

July 18, 2014 7:00 AM

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Photo credit: The Cupcakory (Facebook)

Photo credit: The Cupcakory (Facebook)

In a few spots around America, a trend is starting to emerge where brides and grooms are hiring food trucks to cater weddings and rehearsal dinners. With all of the food trucks here in Boston, we put together a list of those that would be best for making these types of events special. From snacks for an unforgettable cocktail hour to late-night eats to tons of sweets, check out these Boston food truck options that are best for weddings.

Photo credit: Mei Mei Street Kitchen (Facebook)

Photo credit: Mei Mei Street Kitchen (Facebook)

Mei Mei Street Kitchen
(857) 250-4959
www.meimeiboston.com

Cold or hot food platters, passed appetizers, main dishes, specialty drinks and tasty sides are just a few options Mei Mei (which means little sister in Chinese) can provide for your big day. It offers catering out of its food truck and/or restaurant anywhere in greater Boston and beyond. Mei Mei prides itself on always adding new seasonal items to the menus and is even happy to customize menus for your special occasion. Your guests will love dishes like the rice balls, kung pao chicken dip, cornmeal fritters, pork buns, fried rice and many of the other specialties.

Photo credit: The Cupcakory (Facebook)

Photo credit: The Cupcakory (Facebook)

The Cupcakory   
(857) 225-3011
www.cupcakory.com

Boston’s original cupcake truck, The Cupcakory, has been providing its treats to locals and visitors since the summer of 2010. From a few dozen cupcakes for your guests for your rehearsal dinner to thousands for your wedding, guests will not be disappointed with the dessert from this well-known truck. It can show up at your venue anywhere that inside the Route 128 belt. Cupcake flavors to pick from can be as simple as vanilla or chocolate, or try favorites like salted caramel, nutella, espresso and more!

Photo credit: Fugu Truck

Photo credit: Fugu Truck

Fugu Truck
(646) 309-6821
www.fugutruck.com

Fugu Truck serves authentic Asian street food, using locally sourced ingredients. Your guests are sure to be impressed by its flavor-packed seasonal dishes. According to Fugu Truck, the name was inspired by the fugu fish, which is a unique Asian delicacy. Although Fugu doesn’t serve this dish, it “embodies the discipline, dedication, and sophistication” it brings to its dishes. Event goers can nosh on tacos, stuffed eggplant, pork buns, potstickers and other signature dishes. Or Fugu can also provide a more formal option where it can create tasting menus for your guests.

Related: Boston’s Best Food Trucks

Photo credit: Roxy's Gourmet Grilled Cheese (Facebook)

Photo credit: Roxy’s Gourmet Grilled Cheese (Facebook)

Roxy’s Gourmet Grilled Cheese
www.roxysgrilledcheese.com

Roxy’s Gourmet Grilled Cheese is a popular option for events, especially because it gained exposure from debuting on TV’s “The Great Food Truck Race.” Imagine your guests on a chilly day having grilled cheese with tomato soup. Or after hours of dancing, drinking and eating, provide them with another round of snacks like truffle fries with three-cheese melts.

Photo credit: The Cookie Monstah (Facebook)

Photo credit: The Cookie Monstah (Facebook)

The Cookie Monstah
(617) 615-6595
www.thecookiemonstah.com

Cookies and ice cream are the specialty from The Cookie Monstah food truck, which is available for catering weddings. Who needs a signature drink like all of the other weddings your guests have attended when The Cookie Monstah team can instead create a special cookie in your honor for your wedding day. Wedding guests can have sundaes or creative cookie menu options like the Tahitian, Mudslide, Red Monstah or Cinnabomb in addition to your signature cookie to conclude the wedding festivities.

Related: Best Wedding Locations Around Boston

Michelle Levine is a creative energetic, young professional that is passionate about everything Boston has to offer. She loves to attend local events, dine out, and cook and wants to share her findings with you. Her work can be found on Examiner.com.

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