While perusing Craigslist for the usual classifieds, used furniture, and random hookups yesterday, we came upon this interesting food-truck related item, listed in the "Events Services" section
El Rey De La Paella, the newest truck to hit the streets, has solved this dilemma by introducing delicious, traditional paellas at an affordable food-truck price.
Burger Beast is "a Miami Food Blogger who writes about his food experiences. He is not a chef. He does not sell food -- he eats it."
For fun, we asked several food truckers what their last meal would be. The answers might surprise you.
For months, people in Broward and Palm Beach counties have been complaining that they have to drive to Miami-Dade for their food truck fix.
Miami-Dade Board of County Commissioners passed a new food truck ordinance by a vote of 7-1.
Dog Eat Dog will make its Miami debut as the first ever all-hot dog truck. Owner Jose Unamuno saw the need for a vehicle selling wieners and jumped in.
Maybe the county was content with having truck owners purchase the required county tax stamp, gain permission of the owner of whatever property they were on and pull an event permit.
40 food trucks were confirmed and another 33 trucks were put on a rotation list for future T.O.W.'s due to lack of space.