Biscayne Triangle Food Truck Roundup In Pictures

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It was a beautiful evening for the Biscayne Triangle Food Truck Roundup, held in the parking lot of American Legion Post #29 off Biscayne and 64th. Food truck lovers spread blankets or dined on small picnic tables, enjoying the bay breeze. 12 Trucks were at the roundup yesterday, including Caza Crepes, Jefe's, Ms. Cheezious, Slow Food Truck and more. Welcome bonuses to the new location for this Food Truck Roundup (the roundup changed to this location a week ago) was the beer and wine tent offered by Alyse McGowan of Catering by Alyse and the use of the bathrooms at the American Legion Post.

​The Biscayne Triangle Beer & Wine Tent. Premium beer and wine was offered at $5 each, including Cupcake Sauvignon Blanc and Sierra Nevada on Tap.

Friends Marty, Lisa, Teri & Kevin enjoying the evening.​

Natalie Polci from Peccati Gelato "The sweetest truck on the road".

Ms. Cheezious in the house!

Raymond making the Chipstix. We liked the Salt & Vinegar flavor.

​Slow Food Truck's caramel cupcake with bacon crumbles.

Joy & Paul present a chicken taco at Montaco -- Paz, Amor y Tacos!

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