Food Trucks

Conquer The Dagwood From Metro Deli Express At Cauley Square Tonight

Since 1942, the Metro Deli has served overstuffed pastrami, corned beef and turkey on old fashioned Jewish rye bread to thousands of loyal customers looking for a taste of real New York-style deli. The bad news is that Metro Deli closed. The good news is that owners Joe and Denise opened a food truck.

With the rollout of the Metro Deli Express, authentic deli comes to your neighborhood. Metro Deli Express serves favorites like hot corned beef ($8), pastrami ($8), turkey and tuna on old-fashioned rye or a hoagie roll, but The Dagwood is the sandwich that can make you a star.

The Dagwood, named after cartoon character Dagwood Bumstead (Blondie's sandwich-obsessed husband), is a triple-decker stuffed with black-forest ham, white meat turkey breast, hickory smoked bacon, white American cheese, pastrami, corned beef brisket, Swiss cheese and Russian dressing on multi-grain bread. Eat one for $11 and Metro Deli Express will celebrate your achievement by posting your picture on their website.

Conquer The Dagwood tonight at Cauley Square, where food trucks will be serving dinner from 5:30 to 10 p.m. Cauley Square offers free parking, a wine and beer garden, live music and lots of racoons (no joke)!

Wear Miami Heat attire tonight and get $1 off any entree or combo meal from any truck!

Trucks serving tonight include Dog Eat Dog, Clarabelle's Cupcakes, Catered Bliss, Shao Roma Romanian Food, Yellow Submarine, El Rincon Del Coqui, Wing Commander, Metro Deli Express, and Tango Grill. 22400 Old Dixie Highway, Miami

Kendall Car Wash is hosting their weekly food truck roundup from 5:30 to 10 p.m. Trucks serving dinner include Latin Burger, CheeseMe, Ms. Cheezious, Sakaya Kitchen, The Red Koi, Sugar Rush, and Sugar Yummy Mama. 9750 North Kendall Drive, Miami

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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.
Contact: Laine Doss