Latin Burger Breaks Down, Weekend Truck Tracker UPDATED

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Latin Burger's Jim Heins rolls with the punches, literally. The Latin Burger truck broke down right in the middle of the intersection of I-95 and I-395. Instead of throwing a fit about wasted revenue, Heins took out his camera, shot a photo and sent it to Miami New Times. Heins is waiting for a part for the ailing Latin Burger, but still expects the truck to make a portion of Street Food Friday. (Updated: Latin Burger is fixed and back on the road.)

Meanwhile, trucks are expected to make appearances in several different locations this weekend, including Gold Coast Railroad Museum, Wynwood and Tobacco Road. (Please see updated list for additional truck locations for the weekend.)


Whistle Stop Food Truck Rodeo at the Gold Coast Railroad Museum From 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., The Gold Coast Museum holds their monthly Rally. This family-friendly event features free admission to the museum, 25 food trucks and train rides.

Buy your food and eat it in a genuine 1940s railroad dining car or have an outside picnic. The whistle stop is a fundraiser for the museum.

Trucks include: Miso Hungry, Divan Bakery, Wing Commander, Red Truck, Muscle Truck, Daddy's Grill, MexZican, DolciPeccati, Chef On 4 Wheels, Kona Ice, Tango Grill, Aaron's Catering Express, Yellow Submarine, Eat Where You Are, Sugar Yummy Mama, Grillmaster, Jefe's Original Fish Taco, Slow Food Truck,  Esther's Caribbean Grill, Wrapidito Yum, Just Yummy Hot Dogs, Chef on Wheels, Catered Bliss, Snow Caps. 12450 S.W. 152nd Street, Miami

Shell Lumber is hosting Latin Burger, Red Koi and The Fish Box for lunch from noon to 3 p.m. today. Good day to grab some lunch on the way to get supplies for your weekend chores. 2773 S.W. 27th Avenue, Miami

Launch Arte is hosting Ms. Cheezious, Feverish and GastroPod today from noon to 6 p.m. N.E. 1st Court & N.E. 38th Street, Miami

Wynwood Truck Stop Just about every week at this truck stop, people stop eating and spontaneously dance "en masse". Could be the DJ spinning tunes, could be the cash bar, could be a combination of both.

Trucks serve food from 6 to 10 p.m. Trucks include: CheeseMe, MsCheezious, Sugar Rush, Red Koi, Sugar Yummy Mama, Catered Bliss, MexZican, Cigar Lovers, The Fish Box, Latin Burger, Willy's BBQ N.W. 2nd Avenue & 22nd Street, Miami

Alpha & Omega Church is having another TOW (Truckers Out West) this evening from 6 to 10 p.m. Trucks include catered Bliss, Latin House Grill, Chef on 4 Wheels, Caza Crepes, Divan Coffee and Kona Ice. 7800 S.W. 56th Street Miami

Maroone Chevrolet of Pembroke Pines is having a mini-roundup tonight from 5:30p.m.  - 9:30 p.m. Tango Grill is confirmed, but Maroone Chevrolet did not have the list of other trucks, yet. They did say a live D.J. would be there this evening. 8600 Pines Blvd., Pembroke Pines


Tobacco Road Truck Stop is back. Head over to the "Road" for a few beers and food by The Fish Box, Dim Ssam a Gogo and Latin Burger. Trucks serve from 1 to 5 p.m. 626 South Miami Avenue, Miami

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