Miami’s Best Street Food

The Rolling Stove Truck Logo &#169 Miami Food Trucks

The Rolling Stove Truck Logo © Miami Food Trucks

Florida Vacation Guide to Food Trucks: Miami’s Best Street Food

Everything in Miami is sexy, and now street food has been added to the list, especially since you can taste everything from exotic to traditional American food. Try Korean ginger brussel sprouts and duck banh mi or a creamy grilled cheese sandwich. Ten trucks will be all in one spot this weekend for a rally – check out the info below and then some of our favorites!

The Gourmet Food Truck Rally

Sample everything from tacos and bison burgers to soft-serve ice cream and fruit pies from ten trucks that are part of the Gourmet Food Truck Rally this Saturday, March 24th on the Gulfstream Park Racing and Casino grounds. From 5:30 to 10 p.m, residents north of Miami get this opportunity to see what all the rave is about and can wander from one food truck to another. The trucks at the rally will be:

  • Purple People Eatery
  • Ms. Cheezious
  • Mr. Good Stuff
  • Mangia Mia Italian Kitchen
  • gastroPod
  • Fireman Derek’s World Famous Pies
  • Dim Ssam a Gogo
  • Bite Gastrotruck
  • Big Kahuna
  • B.C. Tacos

The Rolling Stove

The artwork alone is catchy, but try the twists on traditional food like chicken tenders rolled in crushed cereal.

Slow Food Truck

Bringing the slow food movement to food trucks is definitely a novelty, especially when the food is fresh, local and seasonal. Try a blue cheese chicken salad or a slow roasted pork, cuban style. Even salsa and pickles are home made.

Ms. Cheezious

A comfort food of choice, when you combine crab salad or spiced apple, it’s what keeps people coming back for more.


This 1960s Airstream is what started the food truck craze in Miami and Chef Jeremiah’s Sloppy Jose and Old Dirt Dawg are still crowd favorites.

Latin House

The Mad Love Burger has the buzz – swiss, provolone and mozzarella, bacon, onions, mushrooms, avocado and savory lime sauce all topped on a 1/2 lb burger and sandwiched in a brioche. There’s even a mini version for those who can’t handle the large size.

Tell us…

What’s your favorite south Florida food truck?