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Witches, Food Trucks, and Bubble Tea at Seminole Hard Rock Tonight

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The Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood is hosting its weekly dinner and a movie. The event happens in the valet parking lot of the Seminole Paradise shops. 

Besides nearly two dozen food trucks on the scene, movie lovers can watch a movie under the stars after dark. This week's movie is The Craft, a 1996 film about three Catholic schoolgirls turned witches. 

Some new trucks can be found tonight, including Boba Station, which sells boba teas and drinks (better-known as bubble or pearl tea). Traditional boba is a tapioca pearl, but Boba Station also creates these little pearls in mango, lychee, passion fruit, and strawberry. Teas and drinks include classic green tea and black tea as well as the more original red bean, coconut, and taro teas. 

Food trucks serving dinner from 5:30 to 10 tonight include Arepa

Box, Boba Station, Daddy's Grill, Dim Ssäm á GoGo, Dog Eat Dog, Dolci

Peccati Gelato, the Fish Box, the Flying Saucer, Grill Master Cafe,

Latin Burger, Mangia Mia, the MexZican Gourmet, Monster Burgers, Ms.

Cheezious, Overload Extreme Street Food, Palate Party, the Red Koi, El

Rincon Del Coqui, the Rolling Stove, Sugar Rush, and Sugar Yummy Mama.

Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, 1 Seminole Way, Hollywood
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