Purple People Eatery Makes Food So Good It's Scary: Try Them Tonight at Seminole Hard Rock

Purple People Eatery - good food, friendly monster.
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​Chefs Michelle Duncan and David Shipman named their truck, Purple People Eatery after the 1950's novelty song.

The truck features chef-driven slow food, each with a distinct flair. Burgers are made with lean bison meat ($6-$8), Mahi Miami, a take on the fish taco, features a breaded mahi finger in a flour tortilla topped with chipotle slaw and pineapple-jalapeno salsa ($4). Vegetarians will go for the Club Med, a veggie-stuffed pita with a Greek flair ($7) and everyone will love the Mac n' Jack, a classic macaroni and cheese with brocolli and four cheese ($5). Tame the monster tonight at The Seminole Hard Rock's roundup.


The Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino's weekly food truck roundup continues tonight. From 5:30 - 10:00 p.m., enjoy over two dozen food trucks serving everything from burgers to macaroni and cheese. Free parking, a movie under the stars and the nearness to blackjack and booze make this a weekly event not to be missed.

Trucks serving dinner include:

  • Big Kahuna
  • CheeseMe
  • Clarabelle's Cupcakes
  • Daddy's Grill
  • Dim Ssäm á GoGo 
  • Dolci Pecatti Gelato
  • The Fish Box
  • The Flying Saucer
  • Grillmaster Cafe
  • Guiseppe's Italian Sausage
  • Jefe's Original Fish Taco
  • Latin Burger
  • Latin House Grill
  • The MexZican Gourmet
  • Ms. Cheezious
  • Nacho Bizness
  • Nacho Mama's
  • Purple People Eatery
  • The Rolling Stove
  • The Red Koi
  • Slow Food Truck
  • Yellow Submarine
  • Sugar Yummy Mama

    Here's the monster that The Purple People Eatery is named after - not so scary after, all:



    Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, One Seminole Way, Hollywood

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