Two for the Road is a food truck that focuses on American comfort food with a twist. With choices on the menu like lobster roll and Cap n’ Crunch crab cakes, I was definitely intrigued. As an added bonus, they also carry The Cravory cookies for dessert.

When FH told me that they were visiting his work I was pretty excited. The menu changes often though and unfortunately at the time they came to his work, none of the foods I had wanted to try were on the list. Here is the menu for that day:

FH asked them what their signature dish was and they recommended Brooklyn Burger (1/2lb burger, topped with pastrami, melted swiss, spicy slaw and served on a grilled brioche bun). He also got a side of fries.

He found the burger to be really heavy and the pastrami a little too chewy.

I was hoping he would have a chance to try some of the other dishes they are known for before I wrote up this post, but unfortunately the truck hasn’t been back to his work.  Hopefully I’ll get a chance to try some other dishes at a later date.

You can visit their website for more information. And follow them on twitter @TwofortheroadSD to find out where they’ll be dishing out food.
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6 Responses to “Two For the Road Food Truck”

  1. Carol — December 9, 2011 at 7:10 am

    I would have totally gotten the Brooklyn Burger and the Parm Fries, too. Too bad the pastrami was chewy.

    • Kirbie replied: — December 9th, 2011 @ 9:20 am

      Yeah. I think he enjoyed the burger other than the pastrami though. I really want to try the crab cakes!

  2. Julia — December 10, 2011 at 6:17 am

    They were at the Comic Con food truck food court – I had the Captain Crunch crab cakes, which were good but as someone from the Gulf Coast, not quite what I expected. I’m hoping they’re back this year so I can try something else from their menu.

    • Kirbie replied: — December 10th, 2011 @ 4:27 pm

      Oh, I didn’t realize they were there. I didn’t eat anything from the food truck court this year.

  3. Judy — December 10, 2011 at 6:43 am

    Your posts on nostalgia foods are so cute. It’s fun to read about American food from outside of America.

    Love these food trucks even though a lot of these dishes aren’t really what we see down in Australia.
    We didn’t even have Oreos when I was kid. We’ve been getting a lot more American-style dishes and brands in the last 15 years though although Krispy Kreme was a hit until it recently closed down.

    By the way, a real Aussie hamburger has got to have a slice of canned beetroot in it. That’s how we would have them.

    • Kirbie replied: — December 10th, 2011 @ 4:31 pm

      Oh interesting about the Aussie hamburger. It’s always cool to learn about food of different countries. I’ve never been to Australia but it’s on my to-do list!

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