Food Trucks on the Beach, at Midtown and Down South Tonight

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Food trucks are hitting the streets tonight in three different locations. Your choices include motorcycles and munchies down south, meals in Midtown Miami or surf-style tacos on South Beach.

Peterson's Harley Davidson South is hosting their Thursday food truck rally tonight from 6 to 10 p.m.. The showroom remains open so people can shop and check out the bikes. Come for dinner, leave with a bike. 19825 South Dixie Highway, Miami


Catered Bliss
Chef on 4 Wheels
Grill Master Cafe

Grill Master Cafe Funnel Cakes
MexZican Gourmet
Mr. Good Stuff
Muscle Truck

Wrapito Yum

If you live or work near Midtown Miami, swing by the roundup at 48th and Biscayne Boulevard (behind Publix) tonight from 5:30 to 10 p.m. for a bite.


Dim Ssam a Gogo
Latin Burger
The Fish Box
The Rolling Stove

Miso Hungry
Dolci Peccati Gelato
Sugar Yummy Mama
Caza Crepes

The Miami Surf Archive Project will be at The Miami Beach Botanical Garden from 7 to 10 p.m. The evening will feature live music by Mike Maytin, vintage surf films, a raffle and food. Admission is free and Jefe's Original Fish Taco will be there to serve their own surf-inspired menu. 2000 Convention Center Drive, Miami Beach

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