For weddings, food trucks are a vital option that can save you a ton, while actually enriching your guests’ experience. The average cost for traditional wedding catering is approx. $70 per person for food and $85 per person for food and drinks together.
Food trucks, however, will cost on average $25-$45 per person. And custom-cooked meals made right in front of your friends and family are more likely to lift spirits than than formal, plated service.
Roaming Hunger has a dedicated weddings division that focuses exclusively on making your big day a big success. Head right HERE to begin, and we’ll quickly gather a list of all the best food trucks available to serve you, send you their menus
How to get a food truck for your party
Booking a food truck for your own private party is in many ways the simplest task of all, but the same rules still apply. Expect generally a $1000 minimum ($700-$800 for taco trucks). But if you’re planning on having more than 50 people over, this will generally save you money in the long-run ($10-$20 per person as opposed to $30 per person for traditional catering).
Get started right HERE to check out food trucks for your party, and let us handle all the logistics for you. We even insure your event with our 120% service guarantee.
About Boston’s Baddest Burger
Boston’s Baddest Burger might be the best burger we’ve had in Boston, actually. Despite the namesake, this food truck is grillin’ up the heartiest burgers in the city, out to fully tackle and curb your hunger on the curb.
At Boston’s Baddest Burger, you can expect the best. They do of themselves, too, because they’re hand crafting patties made up of fresh-ground beef, ensuring the juiciest, meatiest flavor around. Get “The Baddest” burger outfitted with a full 12 oz. patty on organic brioche bread, or try out their other savory sammies; Boston’s Baddest Burger’s got fresh sliced deli meats like ham and roast beef sliced thin on ciabatta, along with hot dogs, hot pastrami and grilled chicken sammies. Drool worthy? Absolutely. Find Boston’s Baddest Burger in Boston, of course, or have ’em out to cater your next event. Trust us. It feels good to be bad sometimes.
The Hub — This humble version of “The Baddest” features a single patty loaded up with your choice of toppings, smothered in cheese on organic brioche or a classic American bun.