Street Food Fridays Back This Week with Shake Shack as Special Guest

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​The second iteration of Street Food Fridays returns tomorrow to a new, larger location in front of the Arsht Center.

Seventeen trucks including the Burger Beast truck -- with Shake Shack on board -- will participate in the gathering, which The Burger Beast, The Miami Herald and LaLey Enterprises launched in January. Live flamenco demonstrations to celebrate the Arsht Center's Flamenco Festival Miami 2011 will entertain customers as they eat.

The truck line-up is: Caza Crepes, CheeseMe Mobile, The Fish Box, Dim Ssam a Go Go, Latin Burger & Taco, Latin House Grill, Feverish Ice Cream, Dolci Peccati, Sugar Rush, The Rolling Stove, Ms. Cheezious, Gastropod Miami, Jefe's Original, Nacho Mama's Mexican Grill, The MexZican Gourmet, GrillMaster Cafe, and The Burger Beast Truck.

Street Food Fridays takes place on Friday, February 11 from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at 1300 Biscayne Boulevard (parking lot C). Free parking is available at the Miami Herald lots on Bayshore Drive and NE 14th Street. Follow @StreetFoodFri for updates.

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