North East of the Border is bringing authentic south of the border eats to, well, the northeast. Hopefully, you're there to eat 'em. It's a food truck that's cruising the streets of Boston, MA, started by an unlikely duo that met in the Bahamas and shared a passion for authentic Mexican street food.
And you won't find anything more authentic than the stuff they've got on board, especially in Boston. That's because North East of the Border's menu was put together by executive chef Gustavo Lecanda, who obtained a foodie degree from the illustrious University of La Salle Culinary School in Cancun, Mexico. Paired up with chief executive officer Chris Wandell, a member of the United States Coast Guard who cultivated a love of Mexican culture and cuisine, these dos amigos made North East of the Border what it is today: a local food truck with international flair. Craving tacos? They've got 'em stuffed with the likes of slow roasted brisket barbacoa, alongside chicken tinga and crispy beer battered baja fish. Not to mention tortas loaded with slow cooked marinated pork on an authentic bolillo roll. Really, there are no wrong choices here, only delicious ones. So why wait? Find North East of the Border in Boston, or have 'em out to cater your next event. Trust us. It really is that good.