Beantown Barbecue: The exterior looks like it was wrapped in crumbled butcher paper.
Freckled & Blue: The exterior looks like it was painted to match your grandmother’s kitchen.
Edge: Push. You don’t judge a food truck by its cover.
Beantown Barbecue: There’s only one sandwich. Slow-smoked roast pork on a soft white roll.
Freckled & Blue: Modified staples like meat loaf bites with bacon ketchup. Also, slightly spicy homemade fried chicken.
Edge: Freckled & Blue. Your bite-sized meat loaf curiosity is strong.
Beantown Barbecue: Two guys with 30 years’ experience cooking whole hogs... and running sports bars.
Freckled & Blue: A 20-something pair. One worked in a family-owned BBQ restaurant. And the other’s eaten in a lot of family-owned BBQ restaurants.
Edge: Beantown Barbecue. They’ve got smokers older than Freckled & Blue.
Beantown Barbecue: Boston. Hence the name... and the vat of baked beans simmering inside the truck.
Freckled & Blue: Inspired by food from Maryland, South Carolina, Georgia and Philly. (You know what that means...)
Edge: Freckled & Blue. Yep, they’ve got a jalapeño bacon pimento cheesesteak.