For mobile barbecue that doesn't involve getting run out of southwestern Alabaman smokehouses for your highfalutin big-city talk, check out BBQ Smith: a just-rolling, metallic-gray truck from a JP-based husband-wife chef duo who met at NECI and cut their chops at Hungry Mother/Zon's. They're hawking house-smoked meats and gourmet lunchables next to the Chinatown gate, presumably to take advantage of the neighborhood's spare ribs. Weekly rotating smokiness includes:
Sammies: Loaded onto toasted multigrain baguettes, choice handhelds include slow-cooked lamb in a pomegranate molasses sauce; a chicken/ salsa verde/ pickled veggies joint topped w/ a dollop of garlic yogurt sauce and baked chicken-skin chips; and soy-BBQ-sauced smoked pork shoulder w/ seasoned scallions and spicy pickles, aka what happens when a fiery Adrian Gonzalez dances his way between bases.
Tacos & Extras: Meat can be snagged less gringo-istically in tortillas stocked w/ roasted tomato salsa, avocado lime puree, and pickled veggies, or alongside savory white baked beans, cold carrot slaw, and smoked eggplant. To beat the heat, they'll soon have summer soups like a chilled Gazpacho with smoked shrimp, which was a fatty when you lit it.
Sips & Sweets: To quench your thirst and/or taunt your dentist, they've got refreshing bevvies like a rosemary/thyme-infused lemonade and Arnold Palmers, plus tantalizingly caloric, brown-butter toffee blondie bites, which ought to ensure that no matter what, no will be able to run you out of anywhere.