| July 22, 2011 | 10:14am
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This weekend, be a part of one of the craziest noshing get-togethers in South Florida when more than 20 food trucks meet for the Miramar Food Truck Invasion
Cant' make it? There's always more to come. Whether it's a weekday or a weeknight -- or for lunch, dinner, or dessert -- the Food Truck Invasion
website provides a weekly listing of your favorite food trucks and their locations around town.
The truck list for Saturday's event has one of the largest roundups around, including: Atelier Monnier
, Cold Stone Creamery, Dog Eat Dog
, Dolci Peccati
, Fish Box, Grill Master Cafe, Kitchen Kabab, Latin Burger
, Lemon Man
, Rolling Stove, Sir Pizza, Sugar Yummy Mama, and Tango Grill
We could keep going, but you get the idea. Basically, enough trucks -- and variety -- to satisfy any craving you have.
A Food Truck Invasion featuring more than 20 food trucks
Saturday, July 23, from 5:30 p.m. to midnight
Miramar Town Center, 11645 Red Road, Miramar, FL
* Look for the 24 Hour Fitness on the corner of Hiatus Road and Red Road.
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