If you'd rather follow food trucks than people on Twitter, Food Truck Friday is a way to check newcomers and catch up with old favorites.
From St. Louis to New York many U.S cities celebrate local flavors.
In Miami, the Food Truck Mania is making a big splash during Art Basel as I saw reported first by Laine Doss in Art Basel Food Guide: Food Trucks (Miami New Times, November 28) which offers a detailed day by day program.
The local scene has its own dedicated site Miami Food Trucks. Their calendar makes you realize that no less than 5 hot spots are offering their version of Food Truck Fridays.
You can start the day at 9:30 AM at Bayfront Park with Divan Bakery & Coffee (9:30AM – 3PM) followed by The Fish Box 11:45AM – 2:30PM.
Next stop could be Miami Food Trucks at Wynwood Art Walk opening at 10:30 AM (closing at midnight) with an extended line up of 20 something trucks. This specific location will welcome food trucks in changing line ups from Thursday, December 1 to Sunday, December 4, 2011. Aphrodisiac Ice Cream will be there only Saturday and Sunday. They could use a little more subtlety in their image. I guess it fits the beach scene.
I would rather pay a visit to 90 Miles To Go described as 'authentic Cuban food'.
I am trying to figure out if Food Truck Fridays @Adrienne Arsht Center is the same event as Miami Food Trucks at Wynwood Art Walk.
If trendsetters and artsy digs are not your digs, you might feel more at ease at Laurenzo’s Italian Market in North Miami Beach, line up should include Fireman Derek’s Key Lime Pies (hot?). Opening hours are 5 PM to 10 PM.
Last stop is Food Truck Fridays at Palmetto Bay opened from 5:30 PM to 10 PM, included is soft touch of Catered Bliss.
Some of the lineups for these events around Miami were published a while back so changes will surely have been made since then.
I have to thank my friend Giselle, proud mother of Sugar Yummy Mama food truck for keeping me in the loop on this Friday full of food.
Life's a beach for Food Truck fans in Miami on December 2.