Tag: Miami

Miami, FL: Food Truck Builders Shift into High Gear

We wanted to do something whimsical, slightly southern, slightly risque. The whole deal with the truck was to have fun

Miami, FL: Largest Food Truck Event Ever on Saturday April 20th at Magic City...

On Saturday April 20th Magic City Casino will host the Largest Food Truck Event Ever from 5-10PM.

Miami, FL: Hyde Beach – Mobile Kitchen Art Installation Serves Food by Jose Andres

Hyde Beach, along with Hyde at the American Airlines Arena, is Los Angeles-based SBE's first attempt at developing the Hyde brand on the East Coast. Hyde Beach is the brand's first oceanfront and poolside endeavor.

Miami, FL: The City of Miami Beach Presents the Food Truck and Music Festival...

The monthly festival, held at the North Shore Bandshell, Collins and 73rd Street, features Franklin's Wheel, courtesy KCC Productions, from 6-9 PM.

Miami, FL: Food Truck Invasion – Bent Tree Elementary

This month on Wednesday nights Bent Tree Elementary will be hosting a Food Truck Invasion as they prepare for the Dan Marino Foundation who will host the Walkabout for Autism

Miami, FL: Food Junkies – Miami Food Truck

Food Junkies not only had the longest line when I arrived at the event, they had the longest line the whole time I was there. It has to be said, I was there a long time because the food took about 30 minutes or so to come out of the window.

Miami, FL: Art Basel in Wynwood – 30 Food Trucks Running Daily

The monthly food truck gathering that takes place at the lot during Wynwood's Second Saturday Art Walk hit a snag when downtown Miami informed the city the gathering was being held without proper permits.

Miami, FL: Trucks are Sooo 2012; What’s Hot for 2013?

High-end food trucks also soon started to show up independently in parking lots to serve workplace crowds and other any-day diners.

Miami, FL: Church’s Chicken #343 Miami, Tastee Express 5 food Truck Among Restaurants Cited...

The Crime & Safety blog reports on inspections of South Florida dining spots each week as the state pursues its goal to review Florida’s 45,000 licensed restaurants twice each year.