Not a lot of food trucks can claim to be the first in their city, but at Roxy’s Gourmet Grilled Cheese in Boston, MA, this isn’t the case. Owner James DiSabatino spent much of his senior year in college touring with his brother's punk band, and after surviving off only bread and cheese, he realized he could make a living selling just that. With a Craigslist-purchased truck and food license in hand, he opened the doors to Roxy’s, and has since cemented himself firmly in Boston’s street food legacy.
Using top-tier ingredients—like Iggy's organic pain de mie bread and a specialty three cheese blend—Roxy’s isn’t playing around. Go for the classic, featuring Vermont cheddar, muenster and fontina, or try out their other signature creations, featuring sandos stuffed with things like bacon, caramelized onions, hot honey, and more. Find Roxy's Gourmet Grilled Cheese in Boston, MA, or have 'em out to cater your next event.
To read more about Roxy's and how they keep their guac so fresh, check out the Roaming Hunger blog here
Green Muenster — Vermont cheddar, muenster, fontina, north country bacon, and house-made guacamole