In August 2010, when the food truck industry in South Florida was but a mere pup, we put together A Complete Guide to Food Trucks. In it, we listed 19 trucks in South Florida.
One year later, there are more than 70 food trucks in South Florida, and almost every single one of them crosses county borders to attend food truck roundups and special events.
Because there are so many trucks -- and new ones coming out every day -- we won't call the list complete (we're sure some zombies are thinking of an all-brains food truck as we speak or something), but we will say it comes close.
If you've seen a new truck out and about or notice a truck closing or changing its name, let us know in the comments section and we'll update our list.
Because it's so long, we're breaking the list into segments alphabetically. Because the trucks move around frequently, it's best to follow your favorites on Twitter or Facebook (or check Clean Plate Charlie for roundup information).
Today, we're bringing you the letters A-C:
Authentic Cuban cuisine
Serves lunch and dinner
Macarons, cookies, confections from a little electric car
Twitter - @AtelierMonnier
Blue Willy's Barbeque
Barbeque ribs & brisket
Burgers, crab cakes, wings, etc.
Twitter - @Cateredblissllc
Truck is changing format to a panini truck
Twitter - @CAZACREPES
Twitter - @LosChamosTruck
Argentine steaks to go
Twitter - @CheGrillMiami
Classic and custom grilled cheese sandwiches
Twitter - @CheeseMeMobile
The Cheese Steak Gourmet
Gourmet Cheese Steaks
Twitter - @CSGourmet
Sliders, skewers, seafood
Twitter - @Chefonwheels1
Twitter - @Churromania
Cupcakes in dozens of flavors, including vegan options. 100 percent dairy free and Kosher Parve
Twitter - @Clarabellestogo
Custom ice cream creations on a truck
Twitter - @MiamiColdStone
Sweet and savory crepes
Twitter - @Crepeoutdoors
Miami restaurant Islas Canarias brings Cuban food to the street
Twitter - @CubanCube
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