Get These Must-Try Food Trucks To Your Office

Several of Westchester’s top mobile eateries will bring their award-winning eats right to your office.



Walter’s Hot Dog Truck

For a varying rental fee, Westchester’s famed hot-dog purveyor, Walter’s, will drop by your office for an hour and a half of service. While you can get nearly everything on the menu, the truck cannot serve Walter’s popular milkshakes or Freezes. Make sure you give them a call soon, should you be interested, as these hot-dog pros begin booking a full 12 months in advance.
www.waltershotdogs.com/truck

DoughNation

Craving a slice of the pizza Dave DiBari doles out at his Dobbs Ferry hotspot The Parlor? Now you can get it just a few steps from the boardroom by hiring his DoughNation truck for the day. For anywhere from $1,200 to $1,700 (depending on the number of guests), the truck will offer unlimited baking of five different artisanal pies, including Margherita, four cheese, and meatball.
www.thecookerysdoughnation.com

Bona Bona Ice Cream Truck 

The Bona Bona Ice Cream Truck happens to dole out some of the best cool confections in the county. A fixture at Brooklyn’s popular Smorgasburg food market, the award-winning truck will come to your office for $350, excluding purchases. Top hits include rainbow-cookie ice cream topped with torched marshmallow, as well as a popular s’mores flavor.
www.bonabonaicecream.com/the-truck

The Souvlaki Truck

Any office that shares a taste for Hellenic cuisine will likely want to hire The Souvlaki Truck, an offshoot of George Kringas’ acclaimed White Plains joint, Niko’s Greek Taverna. While prices vary by location and guest number, the truck can be hired to treat employees to lamb gyros, pita bread, chicken and pork souvlaki, and a wealth of other Greek dishes, for a two-hour period.
www.souvlakitruck.com

 

 

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