|Monk's Roast Beef|
"Monk's is the truth!", this is what my friend Adrian replied to my tweet about trying Monk's Roast Beef for the first time. To this day, this is probably the best way that I can describe Monk's. Monk's roast beef is a juicy sliced roast beef sandwich topped with both roast beef sauce and mayo. The sandwich is so good that it should come adorned with a warning label, cautioning customers of the inevitable addiction that will ensue upon consumption. Don't get me wrong, Monk's is not a one trick pony, they also offer pastrami and chicken sandwiches. However, I cannot bring myself to order anything but the roast beef.
|Gary's Tenderloin Sandwich|
My favorite item that Gary offers has to be the tenderloin (with a side of sweet potato fries, of course). The tenderloin is not the dry, chewy, uninspired piece of meat that you will find at all too many places. The tenderloin is actually, as the name states, tender (take note country diner owners)!
|DSE Mac & Cheese|
|KC BBQ Truck|
KC BBQ also has a brick and mortar in Liberty called Big Willy's BBQ & Blues, although I don't know which came first (the chicken or the egg).
|Detroit Coney Dog|
And of course, a food truck post wouldn't be complete without a shoutout to Indios Carbonsitos and how they are full time food truckers now. That is a huge milestone for any small business owner to reach, leaving security behind in hope of chasing the American Dream! But that is what food trucking is all about, the American Dream. Stop by and check them out if you haven't yet. You can also hit them up for what has seemed to be weekly tamale orders ($12 for a dozen tamales, can't beat that).