From steamed buns to the tastiest burger in town, Miami’s food trucks have become cornerstones of the mobile culinary scene. We've scoured all of Miami to find five of the best trucks that'll settle your appetite. Here are our favorite food-on-wheels options in the city!
Named one of Food Network’s Top 25 Food Trucks in the Country, South Beach Wine and Food Festival’s People’s Choice Award for Best Food Truck two years in a row, and Best Food Truck in the country by Daily Meal, Ms. Cheezious has become a Miami staple. Their gourmet grilled cheese will keep you coming back until you’ve tried their entire menu. Try the savory Mackin Melt with creamy gouda and house cured bacon on sourdough or the sweet S’mores Melt with roasted marshmallows, salted chocolate hazelnut spread, and graham cracker crumble. Stay up to date with Ms. Cheezious by visiting their Facebook or drop by their brick and mortar location in Miami’s MiMo District at 7418 Biscayne Blvd.
Caja Caliente may be hard to spot from the road, but the stationary food truck is not to be missed when in Wynwood. The Cuban food truck has a nice little courtyard out front with salsa music, colorful mismatched furniture, and outdoor fans to keep you cool. Get the locals’ favorite Cuban tamales with avocado, pico de gallo, queso, and caja aioli. Visit Caja Caliente at 2634 NE 2nd Ave.
Zona Grill Venezuelan Food
Hit up Zona Grill when you’re in the Design District for flavorful authentic Venezuelan food. Choose from a variety of arepas and order a side of fried green plantains and cachapa (sweet corn pancakes) stuffed with queso de mano. Check them out at 3026 N Miami Ave.
For excellent baos (filled bread-like dumplings), visit TumBao at select locations around Miami. The Latin/Asian fusion food truck serves up savory meats, crispy chicken wings, and house fried rice that is on point. Catch TumBao at Wynwood’s Second Saturday Art event or the Deerwood Lakes Park Food Truck Thursdays to try for yourself.
This burger food truck was so good they decided to immortalize their presence on Washington Avenue in South Beach by opening a permanent location. If you’re seeking an excellent burger in Magic City, the “oldest burger joint on South Beach” has a no-fuss selection of burgers, sandwiches, and their famous chili cheese fries that will leave you satisfied. Keep tabs on where the Cheeseburger Baby food truck will be next.
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