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A Guide to South Florida Food Trucks (Part 2)

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Food trucks are a phenomenon both in South Florida and across the country. In the past year, South Florida has gone from a dozen trucks to about 70 mobile munch units.

In an effort to keep you informed, Clean Plate Charlie is compiling a list of trucks and what they serve. Yesterday, we shared A-C. We continue today with D-G.


Daddy's Grill
Pinchos, burgers, and sandwiches
786-287-3537
Twitter - @DaddyGrill

Deep Down South Barbeque
Barbecue in a trailer
3101 E. Sunrise Blvd., Fort Lauderdale
No further information listed

Delray Taco Truck
Mexican
Atlantic Avenue west of State Road

7
No further information listed

Dim Ssäm á GoGo
Korean-influenced Asian fusion
305-576-8096
Facebook
Twitter - @SakayaKitchen

Divan Bakery

Coffee and desserts
954-391-0109
Facebook

Dog Eat Dog

Hot dogs, sausages
786-537-6196
Facebook

Dolci Peccati Gelato

Gelato
954-632-8551
Facebook
Twitter - @GelattoTrickMIA

Feverish Ice Cream

Gourmet ice pops and ice cream
305-482-1832
Facebook
Twitter - @FeverishMiami

The Fire Within

Burgers, homemade guacamole, sandwiches -- all fire themed
561-693-8554
Facebook
Twitter - @TheFireWithinFT

The Fish Box

Garcia Brothers Seafood from Miami on a food truck
786-975-9225
Facebook
Twitter - @LaCamaronera

The Flying Saucer

Wings, Philly cheese steaks with a variety of sauces
Facebook
Twitter - @TFSaucer

Frita Man

Fritas (Cuban burgers)
786-973-7975
Facebook

gastroPod/gastroPod2
Chef-driven American cuisine in a classic Airstream trailer
Facebook
Twitter - @gastroPodMiami
 
Grillmaster Cafe

Burgers, fritas, potato stix
305-316-5706
Facebook
Twitter - @grillmastercafe

Guiseppe's Italian Sausage

Little Italy-style Italian sausage
Facebook
Twitter - @GIScrew

Gypsy Kitchen

Indian-influenced street food
Facebook


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