Hello Weekend! South FLA Happenings June 24 -26

It’s finally Friday! This weekend is the perfect time:

To Attend: If you have the attention span of a Twitter update, Summer Shorts at the Adrienne Arsht Center is made especially for you.  See seven of the nation’s best plays in one funny, fresh, and fast paced program. For details click here.

To See:The Art of Caring” opens up at the Museum of Art in Fort Lauderdale on Sunday, June 26th and runs through September 25. The blockbuster photography exhibit includes 200 pictures of life’s most pivotal moments. Tickets cost $10 or less. Call 954-262-0241, or visit moafl.org.

To Drink: The Summer Craft Dinner Series at Himmarshee Bar and Grill (210 SW 2nd St., Fort Lauderdale) kicks off Monday, June 27th at 6:30pm. For $35 you will get to sip gulp four of the most popular specialty beers from Widmer Brothers and indulge in tacos, sliders, and pork tenderloin. For more details call 954-524-1818.

To Help: The Macy’s Chef A-Go-Go Food Truck is hitting the streets of Miami on Tuesday, June 28th and features local chef Michelle Bernstein. From 5:30pm to 10pm participants will enjoy tasty treats while helping a good cause. Proceeds donated at the event will help Feeding America, the nation’s largest domestic hunger relief organization. For every $1 donated, Feeding America can help provide seven meals to those in need on behalf of local food banks.

To Pencil In: Miami Spice returns on Monday, August 1 st and lasts until the end of September. The mouth-watering affair allows patrons to enjoy three-course meals at some of Miami’s hottest restaurants for a fraction of the price. To see participating restaurants click here.


The Food Trucks Are Heading North

Clear your calendars because the food trucks are coming to Boca!

On Wednesday, May 11th the trendiest food craze to hit the streets of South Florida will be rolling into Palm Beach County for the Gourmet Food Truck Expo. The event will take place at Boomer’s on Airport Road in Boca Raton and will include music, dancing, and delicious street food, starting at 6:00PM.

The line up includes 25 trucks serving up everything from Truffle Mac N’Cheese Bites to Miso Burgers and everything you can dream of in between. With so many options there is sure to be a food truck to satisfy every palate.

Check out the list of trucks and read our reviews below.

Who will be there:
4 Alarm Pizza
 – A classic pizzeria on wheels
Aaron’s Catering Express {Check out our review here}
Big Kahuna – Ice cream, shaved ice and frozen yogurt
The Blue Tree Cafe – Healthy cuisine
Bru’s Room Traveler – A rolling version of the local sports bar
Catered Bliss – Sandwiches and burgers
Caza Crepes – French crepes and galettes
Che Grill – Argentine cuisine
Chef on Wheels – 1 – American/Italian cuisine
Curbside Gourmet {Check out our review here}
Divan Bakery {Check out our review here}
Dog Eat Dog – Gourmet hotdogs
Dim Ssäm à gogo – Asian inspired cuisine
Feverish Ice Cream – Ice cream and gourmet popsicles
Giuseppe’s Italian Sausage – Sausage and pepper heros
Grillmaster Cafe – Burgers, fritas, and more
Kona Ice – Frozen treats
The MexZican Gourmet – Authentic mexican cuisine
Mobile Cigars – A mobile cigar store
Nacho Mama’s Grill – Tacos and more
PS 561 – New England style hot dogs and more
Red Koi – Asian cuisine
Shao Roma – Romanian cuisine
Sir Pizza – Gourmet pizza
Slow Food Truck {Check out our review here}
Sugar Yummy Mama {Check out our review here}

For more information visit www.gourmettruckexpo.com