Biscayne Triangle Truck Roundup: Photos of People, Food, and Fun

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The Biscayne Triangle Truck Roundup, or BTTR, is quite a spectacle! About thirty food trucks meet each Tuesday on the Johnson & Wales campus (127th and Biscayne Blvd.) bringing together all sorts of people in their love of mobile meals. There's live music, plenty of space to pop a squat, and tons of edible options from which to choose. The long line of food trucks serve children and adults, cops, and culinary students in their white uniforms. While other food truck meet-ups are often forced to move due to bureaucratic confusion, this one seems quite comfortable and secure in its location. It's worth visiting next week.

Check out photos from BTTR last night after the jump.

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