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Food Truck Meet at Tobacco Road -- That Means Beer & Booze!

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In the ever-changing universe of food truck gatherings, a new twist is on the way: This coming Sunday, Feb. 13 (and every Sunday thereafter), from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm, the "Brickell Truck Rally" will take place at Tobacco Road (626 South Miami Ave.). In the line-up: Dim Ssam a GoGo, The Fish Box, Latin Burger & Taco -- and the bar at Tobacco Road. That's right: Head indoors, grab a cold beer, whiskey, cocktail, or even wine to pair with your grub, then head outdoors and feast.

Imagine: The newest craze at Miami's oldest bar.

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