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Party in the Pines Food Truck Roundup Sunday, July 24th

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This Sunday, have lunch with the food trucks as they bring back their Party in the Pines. From noon - 3:00 p.m., enjoy some classic food trucks before heading out to the movies. That's the recipe for a perfect family outing, don't you think?

 

Food trucks serving lunch include: Churro Mania, CheeseMe, Dog Eat Dog, Latin Burger & Taco, The Lemon Man, Okay! Burger, The Red Truck, and Tango Grill.

17100 SW 48th Court, Pembroke Pines

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