Food on Wheels

A Guide to South Florida Food Trucks (Part 4)

We continue our quest to bring Clean Plate Charlie readers the most updated listing of food trucks in south Florida.

So far, we've tackled A-C, D-G, and H-L. Today, we're tackling M-O.  Here goes:

Mac 'n


south Florida's only vegan truck, serving comfort food
305-791-6226
Facebook
Twitter - @macnfoodtruck

Manila Rice


Filipino cuisine
Facebook
Twitter - @manilaricetruck

Marly's Cafe
Cuban comfort food
305-495-0938
Facebook
Twitter - @marlyscafe

Meatballs & Etc.
Meatball truck

786-290-5183
Twitter - @meatballsandetc

Metro Deli Express
Deli sandwiches
Facebook
Twitter - @Metro_Deli

The MexZican Gourmet
Chef driven authentic Mexican
954-604-2408

Facebook
Twitter - @TheMexZican

Mimi's Cafe
No additional information available

Miso Hungry

Fresh Asian cuisine

305-322-7132
Facebook
Twitter - @MisoHungryFT

MonTaco

Snowbird taco truck that's in Montauk in the summer, Florida in the winter

917-940-9774
Facebook
Twitter - @MonTaco Truck

Moty's Grill
Kosher-style (not kosher) Israeli food

786-287-6688

Facebook
Twitter - @motysgrill

Mr. Chimi

Dominican cuisine

786-486-3567

Facebook
Twitter - @mrchimi305

Mr. Good Stuff
Venezuelan Lunas (arepas stuffed with slow cooked meats)
Facebook
Twitter - @mrgoodstuffs

Ms. Cheezious
Gourmet grilled cheese
305-989-4019
Facebook
Twitter - @mscheezious

Mucho Nacho

Nachos and more

305-342-2789

Facebook
Twitter - @JRS_Mucho_Nacho

Munchie One

Only doing catering service for the summer. Regular service TBA.
Twitter - @Munchie_One

Muscle Truck

Healthy juices and pizza
Twitter - @GABLESJUICEBAR

Nacho Bizness
Overstuffed burritos and bowls
1915 S.W. 1st Street, Fort Lauderdale
Twitter - @NachoBizness

Okay! Burger

Burgers
Twitter - @okayburger

Out of Many Cafe

Caribbean inspired food
Runs primarily in West Palm Beach
954-701-2955
Twitter - @outofmanycafe

Overload Extreme Street Food

Oversized burgers and comfort food
Facebook
Twitter - @overloadfood

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Laine Doss is the food and spirits editor for Miami New Times, covering the restaurant and bar scene in South Florida. She has been featured on Cooking Channel’s Eat Street and Food Network’s Great Food Truck Race. Doss won an Alternative Weekly award for her feature on what it’s like to wait tables. In a previous life, she appeared off-Broadway and shook many a cocktail as a bartender at venues in South Florida and New York City. When she’s not writing, you can find Doss running some marathon then celebrating at the nearest watering hole.
Contact: Laine Doss