OK, I’ll admit it. I’m addicted to tacos. Which is why North East of the Border is one of my favorite Boston food trucks. Their food reminds me of those small taco stands in Cabo and Playa del Carmen — 100% authentic. Which makes sense when you consider how this food truck came to be.
North East of the Border was created by two friends, Gustavo and Chris, who met while working in the Bahamas. Chris is a member of the U.S. Coast Guard and has worked all over the world. In the process he developed a love for Mexican culture and Mexican street food. Gustavo got a degree in food and beverage management from the University of La Salle Culinary School in Cancun, Mexico and went on to to work as a sous chef in several restaurants there. More recently, he has worked as the General Manager of a Mexican restaurant in the Bahamas.
Gustavo and Chris are finalizing plans for their second food truck as they prepare to spend their first winter in Boston. I’m sure it will be different than winter in Mexico and the Bahamas. #FleeceNotFlipFlops
You can find them in these location this week:
- Monday: Lunch 11:00am-3:00pm – Rose Kennedy Greenway @ High St.
- Tuesday: Dinner: 5:00-8:00pm – The Case at Overlook
- Wednesday: Lunch 11:00-3:00pm – Belvidere Street @ Prudential
- Thursday: Lunch 11:00 am-3:00pm – Rose Kennedy Greenway @ High St.
- Friday: Lunch: 10:00am-3:00pm – Stuart St. (Between Dartmouth & Trinity Pl.)