Sugar Rush Announces a Second Sweet Truck; Trucks at BTTR, Tropical Park
Sugar Rush #2 rolls out some time in October.
If you're a Sugar Rush fan, you know the you should get to the truck early to avoid a sell-out of your favorite cupcake flavors (this has happened to us before). After all, whether you choose a taco and your friend opts for a pork bun at the roundup, chances are there's one thing you're both going to agree on - dessert.
Sugar Rush Chief Executive Officer Stephanie Diaz-Perez knows our need for the sweeter things in life, so she's announced the debut of Sugar Rush #2. This makes the third endeavor for the entrepreneur, who also has Sugar Rush, Miami's first dessert truck and Sweetness Bakeshop in East Kendall.
"We're thrilled to bring the joy of Sugar Rush to more people in our community than ever before," said Diaz-Perez who loves her treats so much she has a cupcake tattoo.
Sugar Rush #2 will feature an expanded menu including new made-to-order pies, along with additional flavors of cupcakes, shakes, and waffles. SR2 will roll onto the streets sometime this October. Stay tuned for details.
BTTR features over two dozen food trucks, free parking and plenty of picnic space. Trucks serving dinner from 5:30 to 10 p.m. include Atelier Monier,
The Chill Spot,
Dog Eat Dog,
Latin House Grill,
The Red Truck,
Slow Food Truck, and
Snow Caps. BTTR 127th Street and Biscayne Boulevard, North Miami
Miami Street Fod Court features free parking in a park setting. No bottles or pets allowed. Trucks serving dinner from 5:30 to 10 p.m. include 90 Miles To Go,
Chamo's on Wheels,
Chef on Wheels,
Cold Stone Creamery,
Grill Master Cafe,
Gypsy Kitchen, Havana Rice,
Latin Burger & Taco,
Latin House Grill,
Mac'n Food, Marly's Café,
Miami Angels Roasted Corn,
Pardo's Café, Perros Express,
The Pork Shop,
El Rey De La Paella,
El Rey De Las Fritas,
Sugar Yummy Mama,
Get the Dining Newsletter
The week's top local food news and events, plus interviews with chefs and restaurant owners, dining tips, and a peek at our print review.