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Foodstock: One Night Of Peas and Music Food Truck Roster Announced

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This past weekend we set back the clock one hour. This coming weekend, we're setting the clock back even farther ... to 1969, a time when hippies chanted "make love, not war," traded love beads and ate street food. Let's put it this way, hippies were the OWS of their time.

Short Order feels the love, so we're giving you Foodstock: One Night of Peas and Music this Saturday, November 12, in Wynwood.

Starting at 6 p.m., shop for vintage clothing and crafts at the Style Market Miami, presented by City Style Collective, enjoy live music, and eat from 30 of Miami's best food trucks.

A DJ will spin tunes to get you in the mood, and at 8 p.m., get your

groove on to live music by Nil Lara and former Manchild lead singer

Demetrius Brown.

Foodstock coincides with Second Saturday Art Walk, so visit

some galleries and get your culture fix (and free wine) while you're

there.

The food truck roster has just been announced and includes

The Baketress, Richard Hales' new bakery truck featuring pies, cakes

and other sinful delights by Vanessa Paz.

Come out and share the love, the music, the food. Trucks serving dinner at Foodstock include Baketress,

BC Tacos,

Boba Station,

Bocaditos,

CheeseMe Mobile,

Crepe Outdoors, Happy Greek Chef on 4 Wheels,

Cuban Cube,

Daddy's Grill,

Dim Ssam a Gogo,

Dog Eat Dog,

Fish Box,

gastroPod,

Grill Master Cafe,

Gypsy Kitchen,

Jefe's Original Fish Taco, Latin Burger & Taco,

Latin House Grill,

Mangia Mia,

Manila Rice,

Meatballs Etc,

The MexZican Gourmet,

Mr. Good Stuff,

Ms. Cheezious,

Nacho Mama's

Purple People Eatery,

Slow Food Truck,

Sugar Rush,

Sugar Yummy Mama,

Tango Grill,

The Red Koi,

The Rolling Stove, Vinny's Gourmet Italian Ice, and

Pincho Factory. Foodstock, 2100 NW Second Avenue, Miami

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