Food Trucks

Tobacco Road Welcomes a Few Food Trucks

Until yesterday, there was no single place to go to satisfy food truck cravings on Sunday afternoon. Tobacco Road welcomed three of the most popular mobile meal units to its parking lot and gave Miami a place to recover from Saturday night.

Guests wandered inside and out, drinking mojitos and beer. The DJ played some dance music and people ate their tacos and pork buns from Latin Burger, Sakaya Kitchen's Dim Ssäm à gogo, and La Camaronera's Fish Box with big smile. Everyone left with full bellies.

Check out some pictures from the Tobacco Road meet-up after the jump.

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