Food Truck Events

Saturday Night = Food Trucks at Magic City Casino

Wheelin Dealin - Magic City Casino

The Wheelin’ Dealin’ Street Food Festival (which takes place every 3rd Saturday of the month) is this Saturday October 18th. Magic City Casino (right near the Miami airport) hosts and we have over 20 of South Florida’s BEST Food Trucks attending. Even though it is at a casino, all ages are welcome. And yes, Beer is sold at this event if you wanna throw down a cold one with your grub.

Wheelin' Dealin' - Magic City Casino

6 Food Trucks will be making their first appearances at Wheelin’ Dealin’ Street Food Festival: Arepas Las Gorditas (Venezuelan Street Food), Ipek’s Wykked Kitchen (Mediterranean Food w/a Heavy Metal Twist), Jolly Bengali (Indian Cuisine), Tum Tum’s (Asian Street Food), Woody’s Burgers (Char-Grilled Burgers & Fresh Cut Fries) and Xtreme Risotto Fusion (Risotto & Pasta).

Some of your favorites like Don Mofongo, Taco Fresh, & Ms. Cheezious (who’ve been doing this event since day one) and more recent faves like Jersey Dawg and The Lobsta Guy will be there too.

Wheelin' Dealin' Street Food Festival Poster

Saturday October 18th Food Truck Line Up

Arepas Las Gorditas◄First Time Here
Best Pasta
Box of Chacos
Daddy’s Grill
Don Mofongo
Ipek’s Wykked Kitchen◄First Time Here
Jersey Dawg
Jolly Bengali◄First Time Here
King of Racks BBQ
Liquid N2 Ice Cream
The Lobsta Guy
Main Stop Grill
Marlie’s Delights
Mr. PB&J
Ms. Cheezious
Sugar Yummy Mama
Taco Fresh
Tum Tum’s◄First Time Here
Woody’s Burgers◄First Time Here
Xtreme Risotto Fusion◄First Time Here

We’ve also got the Twisted Vintage Mobile Boutique who will be making their first appearance too!

Twisted Vintage Mobile Boutique

The Details:

Wheelin’ Dealin’ Street Food Festival
at Magic City Casino
Facebook: Wheelin’ Dealin’ Event Page
Date: Every 3rd Saturday of the Month
Time: 5PM – 10PM
Location: 450 NW 37th Ave Miami, Florida 33126
Restrictions: ALL AGES
Parking: Plenty of Free Parking

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  • I enjoyed the food and the experience of going out to eat at a food truck, but I can’t help but feel like the amount I would need to pay to walk away fully full is around twice the amount I would pay to go to a restaurant. I do enjoy supporting small businesses and the food was good. It was a fun experience with diverse choices, and I plan on going next time the event comes around just because I can be sure that I can choose items I know ill be happy with. I just know that next time around I’ll have to be comfortable with the idea of spending more money, which wasn’t my first instinct of what a food truck would be like.

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