Street Food Fridays at Arsht Center -- Flamenco Friday!

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The theme at yesterday's Street Food Fridays at the Arsht Center was Flamenco Friday in honor of the performing art center's upcoming Flamenco Festival. There was music, flamenco dancers and tables set up as local business people, tourists and locals all enjoyed the food and atmosphere.

Eighteen food trucks participated in the roundup including Dim Ssam a Gogo, Gastropod, the Mexzican Gourmet, the Rolling Stove, Latin Burger & Taco, Burger Beast (with special guest Shake Shack) and Sugar Rush. Most of the trucks got into the Flamenco vibe by offering special "Flamenco-inspired" dishes.

​Shake Shack cooking up some burgers at the Burger Beast truck.

Lucy the dog enjoying the day at the food fruck roundup.

​Marcella and Dan ate their way through six food trucks today! Way to go!

Grilled cheddar on New York rye from CheeseMe.

​Flamenco dancer celebrating Flamenco Friday.

Steph & Nabedi from The State Of working the Gastropub.

Nacho Mama's.

Waiting for a Sugar Rush.

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