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Scenes From Last Night's Biscayne Triangle Truck Round-up

Dude. Tuesdays at the Biscayne Triangle Truck Round-up are fuckin' awesome. Lots of trucks. Lots of people. Lots of all different types of food. People brought their dogs. People brought their bikes. The on-duty cops hung out by the doughnut truck all night. It was a cool, beautiful Miami night and you could smell the party from a mile away. By the way, just kidding about the doughtnut truck; not one yet we know of.

So is BTTR really the biggest event of it's kind in the whole state? We drove up to Biscayne and 109th last night to find out. We didn't stay long, but we'll be back next week. Here's some of what we saw.

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