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

Purple People Eatery - good food, friendly monster.

​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
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    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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    Laine Doss is the food and spirits editor for Miami New Times, covering the restaurant and bar scene in South Florida. She has been featured on Cooking Channel’s Eat Street and Food Network’s Great Food Truck Race. Doss won an Alternative Weekly award for her feature on what it’s like to wait tables. In a previous life, she appeared off-Broadway and shook many a cocktail as a bartender at venues in South Florida and New York City. When she’s not writing, you can find Doss running some marathon then celebrating at the nearest watering hole.
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