The first food carts were pulled by horses, which often ate all the ingredients and were forced to earn the money back by fixing races with their friends. Gallop toward grub with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $18 for three barbecue dinners—one entree plus two sides—over the course of three visits (up to a $36 value)
- $149 for $300 toward catering
The food truck’s visitors select three dinners, such as pork ribs, barbecue chicken, and fried chicken wings, served with two sides, such as mac ’n’ cheese and coleslaw. See the food truck’s locations here.
The cost of a catered meal varies based on the amount of guests. For example, events with 75 guests are priced at $15 per person. This includes two types of entrees, two types of side dishes, one type of dessert, and dinner rolls set up buffet-style. It also includes condiments, cutlery, and plates. The catering option is only valid for events with at least 75 people.
According to popular belief about barbecue, the less fancy a barbecue restaurant is, the more delicious its food will be. M&M Ribs is a living example of this—its tender chicken, fall-off-the-bone racks of ribs, and meaty pulled-pork sandwiches are served out of a simple, unadorned food truck.
The mobile barbecue joint's set schedule ensures that it's predictably parked at City Hall and in the Financial District when it’s not resting in its home lot at the corner of Hampden and Kemble or on the roof of Faneuil Hall. This ensures that fans of fried chicken, beef brisket, and mac ’n’ cheese can always easily track down some country-style cuisine. When not dishing out feasts to lunch and dinner crowds, M&M's chefs cater barbecue meals or make appearances at local festivals and markets.