Wynwood Food Truckers Meet Up In Pictures

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​​​Saturday evening brought the first Wynwood Food Truckers Meet Up. It was organized by Richard Hales, chef/owner of Sakaya Kitchen and the Dim Ssäm a gogo truck. Some two dozen gastrowheelers were on hand, including many last seen two evenings earlier at the Biscayne Triangle Truck Court and Truckers Meeting Round Up (I'm still a bit fuzzy on the names of these get-togethers). What follows are some photos and salient observations about Saturday's saline event.

Worst Noise Polluter: Divan Bakery & Coffee

Best Dish Of The Night: Gingered Brussels Sprouts at Dim Ssäm a gogo

Worst Dish Of The Night: Grill Master Cafe's Steak Pinchos

Best Innovation Of Wynwood Truckers Meet Up: Picnic Tables

Best Taco Of The Night: Jefe's Original Fish Taco & Burger

Best Sandwich Of The Night: Slow Food Truck's Ono

Least Environmentally Friendly Containers: Caza Crepes

Not The Best Of Anything In Particular, But A Tasty Taco Trio: The MexZican Gourmet Food Truck

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