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Panther Coffee's Long Awaited Debut at Biscayne Triangle Truck Roundup Tonight

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Joel and Leticia Pollock, the husband-and-wife team behind Wynwood's Panther Coffee, will debut their "coffee trike" tonight at the Biscayne Triangle Truck Roundup. Panther specializes in small batch coffees, roasted and ground at their Miami headquarters. We could tell you to look for them on the grass, but you'll probably catch the scent of their coffee's aroma before you even see the trike. The Panther people will be serving french pressed and cold brewed coffee in three sizes; 8 oz. ($2), 12 oz. ($3), and 16 oz. ($3.50). They also sell whole bean coffee at $13 for a 12-oz. bag.

Red Koi, the new food truck owned by the popular South Miami restaurant of the same name, will also be rolling into BTTR for the first time this week.

The BTTR, held adjacent to Johnson & Wales University at 127th and Biscayne, features live music, free parking and plenty of grass to spread out a picnic blanket. Trucks serve dinner from 5:30 to 10 p.m.

Trucks scheduled to attend the BTTR are:

Trucks

Red Koi
GastroPod
Sugar Rush
Muscle Truck
CheeseMe
Tango Grill
Wing Commander
Grill Master

Sugar Yummy Mama
Jefes Original
Latin Burger

RedTruck
Dolci Peccati
ChurroMania
Miso Hungry
Ms. Cheezious

Slow Food Truck
MexZican
Dim Ssäm à Gogo

Caza Crepes
Chef on 4 Wheels
Rolling Stove
Wrapidito Yum
Fish Box
MonTaco
Nacho Bizness
Daddy's Grill
Guiseppe's Italian Sausage

Carts
EatWhereYouAre
Divan Bakery
Panther Coffee

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