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A Guide to South Florida Food Trucks (Part 6)

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All good things must come to an end, and as much as we'd like to continue our listing of food trucks, we're running out of letters of the alphabet.

We feel a little like an episode of Sesame Street as we bring you food trucks sponsored by the letters A-C, D-G, H-L, M-O, and P-R.

We end our list with T-Z. As new trucks are added to the scene, we'll update our info so Clean Plate Charlie readers are informed of all their mobile food options in South Florida.

Shao Roma Romanian Food
Romanian cuisine
954-980-4099
Twitter - @shaoroma

Sir Pizza Mobile
Pizza
786-385-9505
Facebook
Twitter - @SirPizza

Slow Food Truck
Slow-cooked foods using local and seasonal ingredients
954-234-2327
Facebook
Twitter - @SlowFoodTruck

Snow Caps
Shaved ice and ice cream
305-610-3180
Facebook
Twitter - @snowcapstruck

Subbusters Yum
Subs
786-251-0048
Facebook

Sugar Rush
Cupcakes, ice cream shakes, cake & shake
Facebook
Twitter - @SugarRushMIAMI

Sugar Yummy Mama
Cupcakes and cake pops
Facebook
Twitter - @SugarYummyMama

Tango Grill
Argentine, Venezuelan, and Colombian cuisine
954-593-5504
Facebook
Twitter - @TangoGrillTruck

Truckin' Good Pizza
Wood-fired pizza
954-501-8314
Facebook
Twitter - @TruckinGudPizza

Yellow Submarine
Subs
Facebook
Twitter - @YellowTwiter

Yo Mama's Paella and Seafood
Paella and seafood with Caribbean influences
Facebook
Twitter - @YoMamaPaella


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