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Burger Beast's Food Truck Roundup at Magic City Casino

If you haven't yet found time to celebrate National Burger Month, Burger Beast invites you to attend his burger-themed food truck roundup this Saturday, May 18, at Magic City Casino.

From 5 to 10 p.m., this special edition of the Wheelin' Dealin' Street Food Festival will feature 20 different trucks -- each highlighting a special burger for the occasion (even non-burger specific food trucks). It's also the third annual celebration of the burger, no surprise considering Sef Gonzalez is coordinating the affair.

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The burger listing is:

Two Jive Turkeys: Hula Burger, a deep fried turkey burger with grilled pineapple and smoked applewood bacon, topped with a Polynesian BBQ Polynesian Sauce made with Pineapple & Papaya, served between a Butter Toasted Bun.

Bite Gastrotruck: The BAMF, a burger with American cheese, bacon Jam, and chipotle mayo. Also offered is an apple pie milkshake for dessert.

Che Grill: The Gaucho Burger, an 8-oz. beef burger topped with mozzarella cheese, ham, egg, and bacon on a fresh bun.

Cheeseburger Baby: The Bacon-Egginator, a lightly toasted buttered bun stuffed with crispy honey smoked bacon, sharp cheddar cheese, a certified Angus beef half-pound burger, topped with a fried egg, and grilled yellow onions.

Da Burger Shack: The Bomb Burger

Daddy's Grill: Bono Bacon Cheese Burger, a ground beef burger with provolone cheese and bacon on pan de Bono.

El Rey De Las Fritas: Frita La Criolla, an original frita a caballo with a sweet tostone.

Friar Tuck: The Angry Scotsman, a sweet and spicy chorizo cheeseburger with crispy bacon and an "angrily fried" egg.

Grill Master Cafe: The Master Burger with mozzarella cheese, caramelized onions, Julienne fries, and "GM" sauce.

Jefe's Original Fish Taco & Burgers: Pinche Cholo, a grilled Angus beef patty with deli-style American cheese, smothered with slow roasted pork carnitas, pepper Jack cheese, grilled onions; stacked with thick-cut pastrami, yellow mustard, chipotle tamarind ketchup, and tangy pickles on a buttered, toasted bun.

Loaded Burger: The signature "Loaded Mac and Cheese Burger".

Monster Burgers: The Monster Burger, an 8 oz. beef burger with bacon, extra mozzarella cheese, onions, & "Monster" sauces.

Ms. Cheezious: The Southern Belle, an organic tempeh burger with fried green tomatoes & house-made pimento cheese on a toasted bun.

Mr. Good Stuff: The Godfather, Italian sausage & black Angus patties stuffed with mozzarella & basil, then smothered with provolone cheese and topped with fresh bruschetta on a brioche bun.

Mushaboom: The Black Bean Burger, served with romaine lettuce, tomato, and spicy chipotle mayo.​

Pescados Unidos: El Chupacabra, a 12-oz. sirloin/chuck blend with peppered bacon, cheddar cheese, roasted poblano pepper, lettuce, tomato, onion, and chive aioli on a brioche bun.

Purple People Eatery: The Succubus, an all-natural grass-fed beef burger with Foie gras, caramelized shallots, quail egg, aged English cheddar, and truffle aoili.

The Rolling Stove: The Chipotle Bacon Burger with crispy fried onions, pepper Jack cheese, and jalapeño jelly.

Taco Fresh: The Santo Burger with queso Chihuahua, topped with salsa borracha on a soft Mexican bun, with and a slice of avocado.

Top Fries: Burger bites over fries with signature pink sauce.

Desserts will be available from Cold Stone Creamery; Fireman Derek's World Famous Pies; HipPOP's Handcrafted Gelato Bars; Marlie's Delights; and Sweet Sensations.

Free parking is available.

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Laine Doss is the food and spirits editor for Miami New Times. She has been featured on Cooking Channel's Eat Street and Food Network's Great Food Truck Race. She won an Alternative Weekly award for her feature about what it's like to wait tables.
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