Food Trucks Tonight in Kendall and Midtown Miami

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There aren't any large food truck roundups planned for this evening. We suspect that the truckers are resting for tomorrow's St. Patrick's Day blowout at the Brickell Shamrock Festival at Tobacco Road.

If you need a food truck fix tonight, don't panic. We've found food trucks for you -- maybe not the largest selection, but enough to satisfy your street-food hunger attack.

Latin Burger, Dim Ssäm a Gogo, the Fish Box, and Sugar Rush will be at Kendall Car Wash from 6 to 10 p.m. 9750 Kendall Dr., Miami

Caza Crepes, Grill Master Cafe, Miso Hungry, and Ms.Cheezious will be at 48th and Biscayne (behind Publix) from 5 to 10 p.m.

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