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Biscayne Plaza and Triangle Food Truck Roundups in Miami Tonight

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Food Truck fans have their choice of two roundups in Miami this evening. One location even offers cheap booze and bathrooms.

The Biscayne Triangle Truck Roundup Head over to the American Legion Post #29 at 6445 NE 7th Avenue, Miami from 5:30 to 10 p.m. and grab a craft beer while enjoying the bay breezes and some great food truck eats. Some 18 trucks were at this location last week, as well as a beer and wine tent selling good stuff for $5 a pop (easier to count change).  The American Legion remains open so you can use a real bathroom at this roundup - the availability of cheap beer makes bathrooms a real necessity.

Some of the trucks seen at the Biscayne Triangle Truck Roundup are Jefe's Original Fish Taco & Burgers, Caza Crepes, Ms. Cheezious, Miso Hungry, Red Truck, Dolci Peccaiti, Snow Caps, Grill Master, Wrapito Yum, Caballos Mobile Cigars and Slow Food Truck.

Biscayne Plaza

If you live farther north, Biscayne Plaza at NE 81st Street and Biscayne Boulevard is a good bet for a bite to eat al fresco. From 5:30 to 9:30 p.m.enjoy great food from Sakaya Kitchen's Dim Ssäm à gogo, Latin Burger, CheezeMe, La Camaronera's Fish Box, ChurroMania, The Rolling Stove, Daddy's Grill, MexZican and Sugar Rush

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