Food trucks are a fun and popular way to dine out but how do you know what you are getting? When you see what CBS4 discovered, you may lose your appetite.
Like many other cities where foodies tweet all the trends – including where the food trucks roam – mobile eats are big news in Miami
Nearly 100 food trucks gathered in Tampa to try and take the record from Miami for the most food trucks in one spot.
With over 100 food trucks in South Florida, how could they be ignored by foodies, local and visiting? We have (virtually) tasted them all and handpicked the best and most popular food trucks.
SoBe’s avant garde crowd, downtown workers and tourists all enjoy eats on wheels.
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South Florida is in the midst of a culinary love affair with food trucks, but with dozens of food trucks serving up your favorite grub, it can be hard to keep track of them all, until now!
It’s a Tuesday night in North Miami and food trucks are lined up as usual. It’s a phenomenon that’s exploded in South Florida over the last couple of years and not by chance.
There’s a tasty trend sweeping South Florida, dining by food truck. Owners of the trucks say it started in Miami in 2009 with just a few vehicles. Now there are more than 60 food trucks selling meals on wheels.
The nationwide food truck craze has created quite a following in Miami, but the exposure may have ultimately shut them down.