Look, you’re right, the summer is the best time to hit up a food truck for lunch or dinner. And while many of the most popular traveling food stands close down come November (i.e. Big Gay Ice Cream Truck), some of the best trucks offering hot food stay open well into the winter months. So if you don’t mind waiting in line outside
while New York’s winter slowly gnaws through the multiple layers of clothes you draped over your shoulders in a futile attempt to beat the wind at its own game, you can grab some great cheap grub to keep you warm.
The best of New York’s cold-weather trucking: