Food Trucks

Macy's Chefs A-Go-Go Will Bring Michelle Bernstein's Summer Favorites to BTTR

​Everyone's getting in on the food truck action. Even Macy's is taking the popularity of the mobile meal and using the talents of famous chefs to market to the good old U.S.A.

Miami is the first stop on the national Macy's Chefs A-Go-Go food truck tour, which will be showcasing Macy's Culinary Council chefs, including such big names as Rick Bayless, Michelle Bernstein, Cat Cora, Todd English, Ming Tsai and Takashi Yagihashi. People can sample signature side dishes by a different chef at each stop. Of course, we'll be able to munch on the favorite summertime chow of Miami's own Ms. Bernstein of restaurants Michy's and Senora Martinez.


According to Amy Kule, Macy's group vice president of national events and partnership marketing, "We're thrilled to launch 'Macy's Chefs A-Go-Go' food truck tour."

"Our renowned team of culinary experts will hit the road from coast-to-coast, meeting fans, making great food and celebrating the return of summer." Kule said, "The MCC chefs are an invaluable resource, and the tour gives them the opportunity to meet with foodies and fans across the country while sharing their expert advice and recipe ideas."

The food is free, but be a dear and donate a few bucks to support Feeding America which is the nation's largest domestic hunger relief org. Every dollar you give provides seven meals to the hungry. That's a lot.

So, get a taste of summer at the Biscayne Truck Triangle Roundup (127 Street and Biscayne Boulevard) on June 28 from 5:30 to 10 p.m.

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Liz Tracy has written for publications such as the New York Times, the Atlantic, Refinery29, W, Glamour, and, of course, Miami New Times. She was New Times Broward-Palm Beach's music editor for three years. Now she plays one mean monster with her 2-year-old son and obsessively watches British mysteries.
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