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July 26, 2011

Doggie Food Truck Joins the Trend

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Laly Albalate, who owns Doggie Bag Café & Pet Boutique in the Upper Eastside, a place where people can schedule birthday parties for their dogs, has put her business concept into a food cart to cater dogs all over the city.

Tonight(Tuesday) at the Miami Street Food Court in North Miami, NE 127th Street and Biscayne Boulevard, from 5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m, Albalate’s Doggie Diner on Wheels will be rubbing shoulders with some of the big names in the business like Ms. CheeziousNacho Bizness and  Latin Burger & Taco. Tonight's entree will be organic sirloin with rice and veggies.

To cool off pooches from to the heat, the food truck will also offer cold treats like frozen mac 'n cheese with bacon and even three ice cream flavors: blueberry, peanut butter and vanilla. To learn more, go to the Miami New Times food blog Short Order.

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Find out if a Food Truck Business is Legal in Your Neighborhood. This may sound like a no-brainer, but you’d be surprised how many places don’t allow food trucks or put a cap on the number of food truck permits allowed at any given time.

Sounds like a pretty nifty concept. When you're thinking of business that's related to food trucks, it's best to consider the maneuverability of the transportation you have to use. After all, to get to your customers, you have to move into the area first. You have to make the customers want you to come to them.

Yeah, a doggie food truck is not something you see every day! It’s actually a remarkable idea. Dogs are man’s best friend, and it’s about time they deserve a treat like a doggie food truck! :D

Paris Retana, culinary partner of The Taco Truck, and Tiffani Faison, chef and owner of Sweet Cheeks in Boston and Top Chef season 1 finalist, demonstrates how to make tacos de pollo asado.

The Dog is the best friends to humans, so it's great if people can schedule birthday parties for their dogs.

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