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Eat St. Filming Food Trucks This Weekend

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Cooking Channel show Eat St. is filming in south Florida for their third season.  Check out Sugar Rush and Ms. Cheezious and be a part of the filming (food truck fans are often picked for segments) at the following locations:

 

Friday, October 7th

Sugar Rush - 2500 SW 75 Avenue, Miami (Noon - 2 p.m.)

Saturday, October 8th

Ms. Cheezious - 210 NW 22 Lane, Miami (Noon - 2 p.m.)

If you can't make it to the filming, there are two food truck roundups this weekend:

Friday, October 7th

Food trucks at West Broward High School from 4 - 9 p.m. Trucks include Big Kahuna, CubanCube, Haitian Cuisine, Lemon Man, Mega Munchies, Mojo on the Go, Nacho Bizness, Out Of Many, The Pit Stop, Slow Food Truck, Taco Fresh, Tango Grill, Truckin' Good Pizza, Veggie Xpress, and Weenie Wagon. West Broward High School, 500 NW 209th Avenue, Pembroke Pines, FL

Saturday, October 8th

Food trucks at the Isle Casino in Pompano Beach from 5 - 10 p.m. Purchase $5 worth of food from any truck and receive $5 Isle Casino match play.  Trucks include B.C. Tacos, Big Kahuna, Bite GastroTruck, Catered Bliss, Divan Bakery and Coffee, Dog Eat Dog, Moty's Grill, On The Slide, Overboard Extreme Street Food, Papa's Tapas, The Philly Grill, The Pit Stop, The Pork Shop, Taco Fresh, and Truckin' Good Pizza Isle Casino/Pompano Park, 777 Isle of Capri Circle, Pompano Beach

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