Miami Heat White Hot Road Rally Tomorrow Night

If you've been following the Miami Heat during this NBA post-season, you know the Three Kings and company have been white hot, tearing through playoff teams like Philadelphia and Boston with ease. Now, the Heat are poised to knock off Chicago in game five of the conference finals tomorrow night. It's an away game, but you can still show your support by heading down the the AAA and watching the game food nerd style.

Food nerd style? That's right, tomorrow night the grounds in front of the Triple A will transform into the Miami Heat White Hot Road Rally, a nightlong affair that brings together the best South Florida food trucks with a 3,400-square-feet LED screen attached the the outside of the stadium.

Starting at 7 p.m., foodies and Heat fans alike can partake in nearly

two dozen food trucks lined up and down Biscayne Blvd. in front of the

Triple A (601 Biscayne Blvd., Miami). To entertain you before the game, the Heat Dancers, DJ Irie,

the Xtreme Team, and the Miami Heat Rhythm Section will all be in

attendance. And when the game starts at 8:30 p.m., the giant LED will

light up and fans can watch in style with some of the best game-time munchies


The event is free, and fans are totally welcome to bring folding/lawn

chairs to make themselves comfortable (no coolers, please). Parking is

available in the AAA P2 parking garage, and costs $5. Many of the trucks take credit cards now, but I recommend bringing cash just in case.

Visit the official site here, which also has instructions on how to win VIP section access by visiting select T-Mobile stores. Here's the truck lineup:

CheeseMe Mobile

Churro Mania

Daddy's Grill

Dim Ssam a Gogo

Dolci Peccati

The Fish Box

The Flying Saucer


Grill Master Cafe

Jefe's Original Fish Taco and Burgers

Latin Burger and Taco

Latin House Grill

Mexzican Gourmet

Miso Hungry

Mr. Good Stuff

Ms. Cheesious

Red Koi

The Rolling Stove

Sugar Rush

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