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The Biggest Food Truck Roundup Ever: Burger Beast Truck Tracker App Release Party to Feature 60 Trucks This Friday

This is the ultimate, the mega, the granddaddy feast-fest of your life. Get ready. Because it's the biggest food truck roundup of South Florida -- ever. And it's happening this Friday.

Interested? Find out the details and check out a slideshow featuring photos of dozens of food trucks that will be participating in the upcoming event after the jump...


Click here to view pictures from a food truck round-up at JM Lexus in Margate Aug. 12. Many of the trucks featured in this slideshow will also be participating in the Burger Beast app launch party this Friday.

For months it's been in the works: An app that can track food trucks. Now, thanks to creators 39 Inc. and Miami food truck blogger, Burger Beast, there's an iPhone application that can do just that. And the day has finally come for the official release party of Food Truck Tracker iPhone App (don't worry Android users, there's a version for you in the works, as well). 

This week, be among the many lucky South Florida foodies to attend the official app launch party, set to take place this Friday at Tamiami Park in Miami. It won't just be any food truck roundup. It will be the largest food truck event ever -- or at least the largest to take place south of the Georgia border.

More than 50 trucks will be in attendance, including Tree House Truck from Orlando and Greek Bros. and Wicked Wiches of Tampa. Oh, and did we mention the prizes? A special-edition iPad2 will be raffled off to one lucky winner, as well as some Burger Beast memorabilia, including mini surfboards and T-shirts. 

If there was ever a food truck party you don't want to miss, this is it. Never been to one? There's no better way to start. Can't decide what type of food you like best? Here's your chance to try them all. 

From Miami to Orlando, here are the best in the biz that Florida has to offer, including:

90 Miles
B.C. Tacos
Big Kahuna
Catered Bliss
Chamos on Wheels
Cheeseme Mobile
Chef on Wheels
Cold Stone Creamery
Daddy's Grill
Dim Ssäm à Gogo
Divan Bakery & Coffee
Dog Eat Dog
Dolci Peccati
La Camaronera's Fish Box
The Flying Saucer
Frita Man
Greek Bros. from Tampa Florida
Grill Master Café
Guiseppe's Italian Sausage
Havana Rice
Jefe's Original Fish Taco & Burgers
Kitchen Kabab
Kona Ice
Latin Burger & Taco
Latin House Grill
Lemon Man
Mangia Mia Italian Grill
Meatballs Etc
The MexZican Gourmet
Miso Hungry
Mobile Cigars
Monster Burgers
Mr. Chimi
Mr. Good Stuff
Ms. Cheezious
Mucho Nacho
Nacho Bizness
Nacho Mama's Mexican Grill
Papa's Tapas
Pardo's Grill Café
Perros Express
The Pork Shop
Purple People Eatery
The Real Chill
The Red Koi
EL Rey de La Paella
El Rey de Las Fritas
El Rincon del Coqui
The Rolling Stove
Sir Pizza Mobile
Snow Caps
Sugar Rush
Sugar Yummy Mama
Treehouse Truck from Orlando, Florida
Wicked Wiches from Tampa Florida
Yellow Submarine
Yo Mama's Paella & Seafood

Food Truck Invasion presents the Burger Beast App Release Party
Date: Friday, August 26
Time: 6 to 11 p.m.
Location: 10901 SW 24th St.
Miami, FL 33165
Restrictions: No pets or glass containers
Parking: Loads of free parking.


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Nicole Danna is a Palm Beach County-based reporter who began covering the South Florida food scene for New Times in 2011. She also loves drinking beer and writing about the area's growing craft beer community.
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