Boston’s food truck scene is exploding, with nearly seventy different options, from artisanal grilled cheese to America’s first Ughyr food truck. But not everyone likes the way the trucks are disrupting Boston’s food scene. Traditional restaurateurs say the mobile kitchens are taking a bite out of their clientele.


James DiSabatino is the founder and owner of Roxy’s Grilled Cheese, which in May opened its first brick-and-mortar restaurant in Brighton.

Mike Ross is a former Boston City Council president who spearheaded the movement to bring food trucks to Boston back in 2010.