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Over two dozen food trucks will be on the scene from 5:30 - 10 p.m.
Was Palm Beach County hungry for a food truck rodeo? APPARENTLY SO!
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.
The former "hotel guy" turned West Palm Beach Internet marketer turned food truck aficionado has come up with an event he hopes will show Miami's hot-shot food truckers that there's a market for their gourmet on wheels cuisine up here, and maybe even spur a few locals to join in.
I do absolutely everything in the trailer, though I have a commissary where I store my stuff. I do lunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., so I start to cook in the morning about 10 a.m. My tortillas are made fresh every day. I make ten gallons of my chronic lemonade per day.
This Friday, come hungry to The Magic City Casino for the first street food festival. The event, which will be held in the casino's parking lot from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., will feature free parking, music, giveaways and 25 trucks, serving up lunch and fun.
Some food truck roundups have been switched around so much they feel like a floating poker game, but the Biscayne Triangle Truckers Roundup, or BTTR, keeps going strong.
Seems everyone in Miami is hungry for sustenance on wheels these days. And mobile food courts are the rage. This week a few of the meet-up locations are changing.
Proving that food truck owners, a pretty independent lot, don't need an outsider to organize them, two participants in past Pinecrest rallies took over. "Wing Commander and I decided that it was important to keep this South Miami site alive for our customers," says David Pastrana, co-owner with Kimberly Kilmer of the Miso Hungry truck.