Food on Wheels

Food-Truck Rally This Saturday at Gulfstream Park Racing and Casino


Ten food trucks will roll onto the grounds of Gulfstream Park Racing and Casino for Saturday's gourmet-food-truck rally from 5:30 to 10 p.m. The roundup in south Broward County is a good opportunity for Broward and Palm Beach residents to hit up popular food trucks -- half of which were recently featured on New Times' list of South Florida's best food trucks -- that typically stick around Miami, particularly on weekend nights. Find the lineup of trucks after the jump.

- BC Tacos -- Ten types of tacos with sides like salsa and guacamole.

- Big Kahuna -- Soft serve ice cream, shaved ice, and novelty frozen treats.

- Bite GastroTruck -- Gourmet burgers, fish tacos, and hand-cut fries, among other hearty fare.

- Dim Ssäm á GoGo -- Eco-friendly truck selling crowd favorites like ginger Brussels sprouts and "chunked-up" tater tots. 

- Fireman Derek's World-Famous Pies -- Fruit and cream pies, including the Florida classic Key lime.

- Gastropod -- Gastropub fare on the go.

- Mangia Mia Italian Kitchen -- Handmade meatballs and other items like chicken parm and mac-n-cheese balls. 

- Mr. Good Stuff -- Venezuelan-inspired eats, particularly arepas and stuffed burgers.

- Ms. Cheezious -- Gourmet grilled cheese with special add-ons like spiced apple and bacon.

- Purple People Eatery -- Known for blackened bison burgers, plus tacos and sandwiches. 


There is no cost to attend the rally, but bring cash for the trucks.
 


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