Popcorn is the kind of snack that almost anyone can enjoy. It’s bite-sized, weightless, fun to eat; you can toss it in the air and catch it with your mouth! When I hear that crackling pop sound and smell that buttery fragrance emanating from a microwave, my tummy rumbles. I mean, how can anyone resist splurging on popcorn when they go out to the movies? If you’re like me, you probably devour the whole bag within the film’s first twenty minutes!
But of course, the cinema is not the only place where we can enjoy popcorn, and the folks behind Brooklyn Popcorn, the best gourmet popcorn truck in town, know this well. Thank goodness they do!
Brooklyn Popcorn has brought delicious renditions of this staple snack to New York since 2012. With 18 different flavors ranging from savory to sweet, they are bound to have something to satisfy your cravings. Their classic flavors—plain, cheddar, and caramel—are wonderful, of course. But what makes Brooklyn Popcorn’s menu stand out, and a big reason why the New York Food Truck Association loves it so much, are its more innovative offerings. Try their Spicy Cajun, a popcorn imbued with the flavors and flair of Mardi Gras. Ranch and Sour Cream and Chives are perfect options for anyone who adores savory foods. They also serve up some delicious blends. The Brooklyn, New York, and Windy City mixes combine various seasonings into a heavenly harmony of flavors.
NYFTA admires chefs who can seamlessly put a gourmet twist on a beloved snack, and surely, Brooklyn Popcorn takes this American classic to a whole new level. This would be the perfect truck to order for a film release party or a large family event, and if you happen to be around Mid-town, be sure to pay Brooklyn Popcorn a visit! You can also check out their wonderful flavors online and custom order your own 3-gallon tin.
But hey, you don’t need to take my word for the quality of Brooklyn Popcorn. Ask Tori and Mike, who posted a comment on www.brooklynpopcorn.com, saying, “BEST popcorn I have EVER EVER EVER EVER had!!!!”
- Your friends at the New York Food Truck Association