Eat your way through multiple burgers tonight at BTTR, adjacent to Johnson & Wales University, where several of the best mobile meal machines will feature discounts and specials in honor of this momentous occasion.
Eduardo Bruno, the former cxecutive chef at Morton's on Brickell, planned on owning his own restaurant with his family when the economy hit.
Tthe blue-collar lunch carts that originated the mobile-food movement still yield some surprising treats, such as the incredibly authentic tacos ($2.50) aboard Orale Taqueria Mexicana.
The roundup, to be located at Haulover Marina in Bal Harbour, will feature the usual mix of ethnic street foods and American chow.
Once the avenue for college kids to accumulate friends, social networking is now a part of a lot of company marketing strategies.
Trucks serving tonight are Sakaya Kitchen, the Fish Box, Ms. Cheezious, CheeseMe, Sugar Rush, the Red Koi, GastroPod, and Latin Burger. 9750 Kendall Dr., Miami
Comedian James Cunningham travels throughout the U.S. in search of the most interesting food trucks. While Miami has some innovative mobile cooking, it's great to see what other cities are dishing out on four wheels.
Juiceblendz is the latest to join the food truck craze. This local chain has 14 locations, mostly at universities, areas and hospitals. They specialize in food on the run -- healthy smoothies and wraps so this fits into their business model.
When you think about it, food trucks serve amazing stoner food - tacos, burgers, cupcakes...it's everything a college kid with a bong and a bank account could possibly want out of life.
The Flying Saucer lands at Street Food Friday today in time for lunch. The "saucer" is named for the 25 different sauces available on the truck - all made from scratch!