Miami Heat and Food Trucks At Seminole Hard Rock Casino Tonight

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Game two of the NBA finals is tonight at the AAA Arena. You could drive down to Miami, pay about $30 for parking and try to score a ticket from one of the friendly guys on the street or you can head over to The Seminole Hard Rock Casino, where you can chow down on food from one of about two dozen trucks while watching the game on a giant screen.

Seminole Hard Rock Casino is actually hosting Miami Food Trucks every Thursday evening throughout the summer, with live entertainment, movies under the stars and free parking. The action is set up in the Seminole Paradise valet parking lot every Thursday from 6:00 - 11:00 pm.


Trucks serving tonight include:

Aaron's Catering Express (gourmet American)

CheeseMe (custom grilled cheese)

ChurroMania (churros)

Daddy's Grill (Latin "discos" and grilled meats)

Dim Ssam a Gogo (Asian fusion)

Dolci Pecatti Gelato (gelato)

The Fish Box (seafood)

The Flying Saucer (Philly cheese steaks and wings with dozens of sauce choices)

gastroPod (moderm gourmet cuisine)

Grill Master Cafe (Latin grill)

Jefe's Original Fish Taco (Cali-style fish tacos and burgers)

Latin Burger (burgers and tacos)

Latin House Grill (Latin grill)

The MexZican Gourmet (Mexican)

Mr. Good Stuff (Venezuelian soul food)

Ms. Cheezious (custom grilled cheese)

The Red Koi (Thai and sushi)

The Rolling Stove (American grill)

Sugar Rush (cupcakes and other desserts)

The Yellow Submarine (subs)

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