Latin Burger opening a brick and mortar space right on Miracle Mile in Coral Gables, in the former BGR: The Burger Joint space. The decor will feature re-purposed barn wood and custom artwork, along with the original food truck’s pink flames. The restaurant is scheduled to open sometime in December, 2013.
Taipa Peruvian Fast Food served us their highly recommended and delicious Lomo Saltado (stir-fry steak atop white rice, served with fries, cilantro, tomatoes and a fried egg); the tasty and tender Corazon de Res (beef heart kebab with potatoes and large corn kernels that tasted of aniseed), which was only on the Spanish menu (not the English one), and was demolished by eight-year-old William; and divine (if you have a sweet-tooth) Deep-fried Ring doughnuts (soaked in a cinnamon sugar syrup).
Specialty food trucks have become a staple at community gatherings, art walks, football games and other big events — and, in Miami-Dade, public school campuses.
The owners at Ms. Cheezious know a thing or two about steaming up a standard grilled cheese. This Miami food truck is decorated with a blonde beach babe posed on top of an oozing grilled cheese and the truck claims to “arouse your palate.”
Miami’s food truck scene is alive and well and, apparently, a destination choice for hungry travelers, according to two prominent online food-and-travel sites.
Hula Burger, a deep fried turkey burger with grilled pineapple and smoked applewood bacon, topped with a Polynesian BBQ Polynesian Sauce made with Pineapple & Papaya, served between a Butter Toasted Bun.
The ordinance’s passage paves the way for Gary and Allison Jonas, who are preparing for an anticipated May 18 opening of their new full-service bar The Little Fleet, housed in the former Jack’s Market building on East Front Street. The business, which will operate seven days a week from 11 a.m.-midnight, will host five permanent food trucks in its lot, with possible room for one or two more.
The Miami Food Trucks set the World Record for Largest Food Truck Parade after 62 colorful food trucks
Free admission? Yes. Free parking? Yes. Free stretch pants? Maybe…
I put my business in that position, gambled on that spot, followed all the rules that it took to take that spot knowing someone could move in next to me. But I had no idea that this would happen. If I did, I probably wouldn’t have done what I did