Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Mobile Homes

What do you call a food truck that's not a food truck? A success

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These trucks have outgrown their mobile kitchens and are adding bigger, permanent spaces for you to get your daily fix. 

Ms. Cheezious
Staking their claim alongside other hipster eateries, the grilled cheese masters unveiled their new permanent home in the MiMo District. But don't worry about too much change, as the old savory add-ons are here, too, amping up your grilled cheese by way of crispy bacon, goat cheese, and even prosciutto. Melty goodness inside air-conditioned comfort? Perfection. 
Open now. 7418 Biscayne Blvd., MiMo District (305-989-4019)

Jefe’s Original Fish Taco & Burger
Food truck aficionados will enjoy getting their most-loved fish tacos in a stable space once these guys open their small shop this summer, nestled inside a strip mall corner. Cranking out killer pork carnitas tacos doubled up on soft corn tortillas and juicy patties topped with their own boss sauce, be happy there's a place to sit after consuming all this comfort food. 
Opening this summer. Jefe’s Original 12581 Biscayne Blvd., North Miami (305-600-9636)

Sakaya Kitchen
For years now, Dim Sam A Go Go food truck followers have flocked to Sakaya in Midtown for a fix of spicy Korean in a sit-down setting. Now the same goes for their new downtown venue, serving up warm, pop-‘em-in-your-mouth pork belly banh mi steamed buns, a bowl of spicy Korean fried chicken wings, and their signature honey-orange baby back ribs.  
Open now. Sakaya Kitchen, 125 SE 3 Ave., Downtown (305-371-2511)

Photo: Banh mi steamed buns from Sakaya Kitchen

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