After just a few hours in Boston, Tyler calls the teams to deliver a Truck Stop cooking challenge: Embrace the best of Boston's coastal cuisine by creating a "true-blue New England-style lobster dish that locals are going to love." Fishermen Christian and Clark will taste the teams' dishes and announce the winner.
While Nonna's enjoys a head start on the road to Portland, Seoul Sausage is saddled with a tedious punishment. They must shuck nearly 600 pounds of clams before they, too, can drive to the second city. "We're here shucking clams and Nonna's is selling in Portland," Chris says. "This is not good."
Just as the teams settle into the rhythm of Portland, Tyler calls to announce their third and final destination: Lubec, Maine. Since Lubec is a small town with just 1600 residents, Tyler directs them to Water Street and enforces a price cap of only $2 to ensure that the teams will find business.
Tyler gathers the teams at the West Quoddy Head Lighthouse and collects their cash boxes. The group takes a few moments to reflect on the race before finding out who has won. "Maybe I didn't push hard enough, maybe I didn't get out there enough," Jacyln wonders, while Ted admits that "There were plenty of times we could have hustled a little harder, grabbed more people."
Tyler announces that after a 3,559-mile journey across 15 states, Seoul Sausage has won the keys to their dream food truck and $50,000 to start their business. The guys have outsold Nonna's by just $103 dollars. "I don't know how to react right now," Chris says. "We just won The Great Food Truck Race. This was huge."