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Food Trucks Celebrate St. Paddy's at Tobacco Road

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Brickell is turning out to be the hub for St. Patrick's Day celebrations. Tobacco Road will host more than 20 food trucks and vendors this Thursday during the Brickell Shamrock Festival.

The bar will serve green beer, and a live band and DJ will keep the party going.

Participating trucks include the Fish Box, Latin Burger & Taco, Dim Ssäm a Gogo, Sugar Rush, CheeseMeMobile, Ms. Cheezious, Sugar Yummy Mama, Dolci Peccati, Yellow Submarine, the Rolling Stove, Montaco, Slow Food Truck, Latin House Grill, Daddy's Grill, the MexZican Gourmet, Caza Crepes, Gastropod, Jefe's Original, Muscle Truck, and Red Koi.

Divan Bakery, Brian Aaron Catering, Cuenca Cigars, and Atelier Monnier will also be there.

The party goes from 5:30 to 11 p.m.

Still not sure this is where you want to celebrate? Check out these other St. Patrick's Day options.

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