Hard Rock and Cypress Creek: Two Food-Truck Roundups Tonight

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In our effort to introduce you to as many food trucks as we can, we're profiling a new truck each week. This week, meet Latin Burger and LB2.

Latin Burger and her sister truck, LB2, are impossible to miss. Red and hot pink with a large steer head on the trucks, they're as bold as the flavors that come out of them.

The menu is pretty simple -- burgers, tacos that impersonate burritos, and fries. That's it. And that's all it needs to be, because people still wait upward of 30 minutes on a crazy night for the Latin Macho Burger ($8), an ultrarich patty made from a blend of chuck, sirloin, and chorizo topped with oaxaca cheese, caramelized onions, and avocadolicious sauce on a freshly baked bun. It's a gut-bomb, but a delicious one, so be warned to bring an appetite, and prepare to lapse into a food coma.

Vegetarians will appreciate the portobello burger ($7), an oversized

mushroom cap, topped the same way as the Latin Macho with

cheese and onions.

Tacos ($4) come in a choice of chicken mole,

pulled pork and chicken tomatillo (we like the tomatillo, which is a

fresh and, dare we say it, healthy choice at this truck). Though they're

called tacos, the meat is rolled into the soft tortilla, making the

meal resemble a mini burrito. Call it whatever you like, because the

flavor is there and the shape makes it more portable for better

on-the-go handling.

Try out Latin Burger tonight at the Seminole Hard Rock's weekly roundup.

The Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino is hosting their weekly food truck roundup tonight from 6:00 - 10:00 p.m.  Tonight's movie under the stars is Twilight, so sink your teeth into a burger as you watch teenage vampire/werewolf/human angst played out on the big screen. Free parking, close proximity to blackjack and almost two dozen food trucks make this a fun night out. Trucks include: Big Kahuna, CheeseMe, Churro Mania, Daddy's Grill, Dolci Peccati, The Fish Box, The Flying Saucer, The Frita Man, gastroPod, Grill Master Cafe, Jefe's Original Fish Taco, Latin Burger, Latin House Grill, The MexZican Gourmet, Miso Hungry, Moty's Grill, Mr. Good Stuff, Ms. Cheezious, Nacho Mama's, Purple People Eatery, The Rolling Stove, and Slow Food Truck.  Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, 1 Seminole Way, Hollywood

Weekly food truck roundup in northeast Fort Lauderdale from 5:00 - 9:30 p.m. Trucks include: B.C. Tacos, Che Grill, Clarabelle's Cupcakes, and Dog Eat Dog. Corner of Cypress Creek Road and Powerline Road, Fort Lauderdale

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