It's Memorial Day weekend, the kids are restless, and you've singed your eyebrows off while attempting to start the backyard barbecue. We say get away from the open flames and let the food trucks handle your family's hunger at these roundups.
Saturday, May 26
If your idea of a good time is a little hog to go with your pork, head over to either Bruce Rossmeyer's Harley-Davidson's Sunrise or Fort Lauderdale locations from noon to 4 p.m.
Lucille's on Wheels and Miami Spice Grill will be at the Fort Lauderdale location (2871 N. Federal Highway), while Mobile Culinary Kitchen and Nana Nina's will be serving up chow at the Sunrise dealership (201 International Parkway). Test-drive a Harley at either location and receive a voucher for a free meal at any of the food trucks.
If you're heading to the beach to try to get some rays in between the thunder boomers that are predicted to sporadically rain on our parade on Saturday, check out B.C. Tacos and Big Kahuna. They'll be serving lunch in front of Tropic Cay and Waterfront Inn at the corner of Windamar and A1A on Fort Lauderdale beach.
Sunday, May 27
Lighthouse Point's inaugural food-truck roundup is this Sunday at Frank McDonough State Park (3498 NE 27 Ave). This family-friendly event features live music by Joe Balistreri for everyone and magic and face painting for the kids. Trucks serving dinner from 5 to 9 p.m. include B.C. Tacos, Dog Eat Dog, Sugar Yummy Mama, and Ms. Cheezious.
Monday, May 28
Wrap up your Memorial Day weekend at Arts Park in Hollywood's Young Circle for the weekly Food Truck Invasion. Food trucks serving dinner from 5:30 to 10 p.m. include B.C. Tacos, Boba Station, Catered Bliss, Cheeseburger Baby, Che Grill, Clarabelle's Cupcakes, CubanCube, Daddy's Grill, Dog Eat Dog, Dolci Pecccati, the Fish Box, Grill Master Cafe, Gypsy Kitchen, Jefe's Original Fish Taco, Kitchen Kabab, Monster Burger, Moty's Grill, Mr. Good Stuff, Ms. Cheezious, Nacho Bizness, Nana Nina's, Overload Extreme Street Food, Palate Party, the Philly Grill, the Rolling Stove, Slow Food Truck, Sugar Yummy Mama, and Zombie Ice.
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