Archive for the ‘Street food’ Category
*Update: Forno52 has finally announced it will open its brick-and-mortar location on Saturday, February 5 at 17225 South Dixie Highway in Palmetto Bay. The pizza from the truck was great; hopefully it’s just as good at their restaurant.*
Tomorrow (Dec. 1), to celebrate gastroPod’s first birthday and to kick off Art Basel, chef Jeremiah’s second truck (g2) will hit the pavement with Gilt City Miami and guest chef Timon Balloo of Sugarcane Raw Bar & Grill at the Graffiti Gone Global Fresh Produce exhibit.
Dinner last night was supposed to be at a Middle Eastern restaurant in Sunny Isles, but plans quickly changed when D and I spotted Jefe’s Original Fish Taco & Burger parked next to Waggle Brothers as we drove on Biscayne Boulevard. Without hesitation, we swerved off Biscayne and onto the small parking lot.
It seems like [...]
On Saturday evening, I found myself at a taco truck on a parking lot in the corner of NW 27th Avenue and NW 35th Street. My visit wasn’t exactly planned. Jackie, who I was meeting earlier that day for other matters, invited me to go with her to the truck where she was meeting the [...]
Remember One Ninety? Its chef, Alan Hughes, recently resurfaced with a brand new website and lots of interesting projects, including a one-table restaurant called Luuur, where the chef will cook you and your friends dinner. (Read my mini-interview with chef Hughes over at Short Order.) The chef’s latest newsletter, however, brought an intriguing piece of [...]
With all the talk of food trucks leading up to this weekend, it was hard to resist going to one. D, SteveBM and I grabbed a bite at gastroPOD Miami, chef Jeremiah Bullfrog’s food truck, yesterday. The shiny airstream was set up in front of the Miami Independent Thinkers fair in Wynwood for Art Basel [...]
If you like Filipino delicacies like pork chocolate and fried squid — I personally have never tasted either, but I’m tempted — you can find them at Irving Matutina’s food truck at the Port of Miami. Read more in the Sun Post’s article by Danny Brody, who has contributed to this blog a few times [...]
(Danny has been talking to me about the wonderful food trucks he eats at for some time, and one day mentioned he had discovered the most authentic tacos in Miami — a feat considering the scarcity of good Mexican food in Miami, a complaint that I and others I know share with Danny. Although he [...]
This spotted driving on Northeast Second Avenue, near the Design District, this weekend. I drive around there pretty often, but this was the first time I’d seen James Bar B Que. When I saw it, I was tempted to try it. The mister and I pulled over and bought a rack of ribs and roasted [...]