The truck success was built on Toronto's love for tacos. The Gringos' menu changes often but popular versions include the mahi mahi, slow-cooked pork carnitas, and carne asada (grilled skirt steak).
No longer a bastion of the cheap, fast and greasy, food trucks are on the rise. Cities like New York and Los Angeles have what seems like an armada of mobile chefs, each with dedicated fans who track specials and daily locations via social media.
When we got to Biscayne and 64th street, La Camaronera's Fish Box, Sakaya Kitchen's Dim Ssam a Go Go, Chef Bullfrog's Gastropod, and former Detroit Tiger Jim Heins' Latin Burger Truck were already caravanned.