Foodify Your Next Event
Bring gourmet food trucks to your next event with the click of a button
Why food trucks?
The most delicious turnkey catering
Food trucks go where a
traditional caterer cannot.
Thousands of trucks and menu options
designed to fit every palette.
Food trucks satisfy uncharted tastebuds.
How it works
From start to finish, our catering experts handle Everything.
Give us details
Let us know when & where you need a truck
We send you a list of trucks
We do the legwork and select the most delicious and reliable vendors.
Oh yeah, we also secure the best rates.
Choose your truck
Let us know which menu is your fave and we will lock it down.
We can book one truck or one hundred.
Enjoy your meal!
We book and confirm your trucks, and you sit back and eat!
Just a few of the people who have eaten lunch with us:
Click to get started and we'll have your gourmet food trucks booked in no time.
How to hire Monsta Lobsta Truck to cater your event?
Just fill out the form and let Roaming Hunger take the wheel!
A little bit about Monsta Lobsta Truck:
Monsta Lobsta is a lobster roll buisness that sells delicious lobster rolls that are affordable, nutritional and delectable!!!
At Monsta Lobsta, we serve our tasty, secret, homemade recipe of a Maine Lobster Roll. Our ingredients are fresh and provided by licensed suppliers. Whether you are a connoisseur or new to the refreshing taste of lobster rolls you will not be disappointed. You can find us serving out of our mobile lobster shack. Simply check the map below to find us.
Bring a taste of Maine to Florida. While the history of the lobster roll remains unclear, the popularity is undeniable. Unfortunately, there is very little documentation on who created the first lobster roll. One of the few theories most historians can agree on is that the lobster roll could not have been invented before 1912, which was the year hot dog rolls became mass-produced. A lobster roll is a sandwich filled with lobster meat. A traditional lobster roll contains the fresh cooked meat of a lobster, tossed with mayonnaise and served on a grilled hot dog bun or similar roll, so that the opening is on the top rather than on the side.