A few days ago, we announced that CheeseMe was acquired by Latin Burger. According to owner Jim Heins, the CheeseMe truck was in the process of a makeover and that it would be back on the streets by the end of the week.
The truck's logos and wrap were redesigned by a graphic artist. The result incorporates the CheeseMe logo with Latin Burger's signature flames.
Food truck meetups this weekend include:
Friday, December 9
Children's Resources, an organization which provides assistance to children with special needs, is hosting a food truck roundup tonight from 5 to 9 p.m. Proceeds benefit their scholarship fund. Trucks include Catered Bliss,
Divan Bakery & Coffee,
Miami Angels Roasted Corn,
Okay Burger!, Perros Express,
The Real Chill, Sazon Express,
Tango Grill, and
Wrap it Up. Free parking at Christian Science Church next door. 8571 SW 112th Street, Miami
Food trucks at Tamiami Park tonight from 6 to 11 p.m. Free parking, but bottles and pets are not allowed. Trucks include Boba Station,
The Cheese Steak Gourmet,
Cold Stone Creamery,
Grill Master Cafe,
The MexZican Gourmet, Mr. Chimi.
Mucho Nacho, Okay Burger,
Overload Extreme Street Food,
El Rey de las Fritas,
Sir Mixx A Lot,
Smoothie Operator, Sugar Rush, and
Yo Mama's Paella & Seafood. Tamiami Park, 10901 SW 24th Street, Miami
Saturday, December 10 & Sunday, December 11
St. Brendan Elementary School Christmas Bazaar and Craft Fair features 15 food trucks, 60 crafts vendors, a mobile photo studio, domino tournament and onsite gift wrapping. From 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. both days. Trucks include Boba Station,
Cold Stone Creamery,
Grill Master Café,
The Health Nut,
Latin House Grill,
The MexZican Gourmet,
Miami Roasted Corn,
The Real Chill,
The Red Ko,i
Smoothie Operator, Sugar Yummy Mama,
That's a Wrap, and
Yo Mama's Paella & Seafood. St. Brendan's, 8755 SW 32nd Street, Miami
Sunday, December 11
Catch the new CheeseMe at Miami Beach Botanical Garden from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. along with Sakaya Kitchen, The Fish Box, gastroPod, and Sugar Yummy Mama. 2200 Convention Center Drive, Miami Beach
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