Food Truck Roundup Tonight at Kendall Car Wash

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Go West, food trucks. If you live in the Kendall area and you're looking for some chow, hit up the food trucks that meet at Kendall Car Wash. Though it's a smaller roundup, all your basic food groups are represented -- seafood, burger, Asian, cheese and dessert.

Tonight's rally is at Kendall Car Wash, located at 9750 Kendall Drive. The trucks will be serving from 6 to 10 p.m. Trucks expected are Latin Burger, The Fish Box, Dim Ssam a Gogo, Gastropod, CheeseMe, Ms. Cheezious, Sugar Rush and Red Koi.

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