This past weekend the Cadillac Championship at Trump National Doral Miami saw an array of stars both on and off the famous (and revamped) Blue Monster.
Of course, you've got to feed those thousands of hungry A-listers, so there were tons of options: Joe's Stone Crab, Sushi Maki, and Coral Gables' Eating House to name a few. But with all these Champagne-type options, it seems that celebs are real people, after all. And what do real people like? Tacos!
BC Tacos seemed to be the place where the elite met to eat at the tournament. Gym Class Heroes front man Travie McCoy had his brother bring tacos to him before he performed a set at the tournament, then went back for more himself. In case you're wondering, the "Billionaire" singer went crazy for steak, chicken, and BBQ pulled pork tacos.
Channing Crowder opted for a little makeshift surf-and-turf action with his choice of shrimp and braised short rib tacos.
Rickie Fowler brought his entire team of seven over for a little taco throwdown, before tweeting his love for the chicken tacos.
.@BCTaco thanks for the eats last night! The chicken tacos were on point!
— Rickie Fowler (@RickieFowlerPGA) March 9, 2014
Donald Trump Jr. came by with his family to enjoy the fried avocado and short rib tacos. He especially loved the fried avocado, commenting on how amazing and unusual they were.
Brett Chiavari (owner of BC Tacos) -- you're hired!
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