Tropical Audubon Society’s native hardwood hammock and the historic Doc Thomas House patio provide the nostalgic High Pines setting for the Winter Food Truck Migration, part of the Tri-Annual series that hatched here last June. Patrons can forage for their supper among a dozen vendors; dine alfresco at communal picnic tables or tuck in under the chickee; slake their thirst at the donation Bird Bar stocked by community partner Republic National Distributing Co.; and wander The Steinberg Nature Center trails.
Guided tours of the historic Doc Thomas House are also on the menu.
A choir of birds roosting in the canopy above will sing the sun to bed.
The “Migration” is organized by Steve Simon of Food Truck Invasion; admission is free to the public; each vendor tithes a portion of their proceeds to TAS.
Gates open at 4 pm; vendors serve until 8 pm, rain or shine.
Tropical Audubon Society
Steinberg Nature Center
5530 Sunset Drive, South Miami, 33143
Food Truck list (subject to change without notice):
Admission is FREE; donations to Tropical Audubon Society are welcomed. $20 donors will be thanked with an annual membership to Tropical Audubon Society.
Parking: Limited free parking along 56th Avenue and free limited patron parking at TAS community partner Whisk Gourmet; metered parking on Sunset Drive; various garage and valet parking options within 1-3 blocks; Metro-rail service to South Miami Station.
Proceeds benefit capital improvements to the Tropical Audubon Society grounds and its historic buildings.
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