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Paradise Food Truck Rally May 2012

Area seating was available and during the day used bypatrons, employees and visitors to the casino. Photo / Darryl A. Wells

Area seating was available and during the day used bypatrons, employees and visitors to the casino. Photo / Darryl A. Wells

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  • Nana Ninas with its colorful paint scheme features Cuban cuisine. Photo / Darryl A. Wells
  • Demitrio Urt of The Rio Latin Flavor food truck shows a premiere dish of Brazilian Steak Platter. Photo / Darryl A. Wells
  • Stefano Accomando gets ready to send out a Mozzarella and Ricotta pie for those with an Italian taste of the day. Photo / Darryl A. Wells
  • The most popular specialty item of The Mobile Culinary Kitchen is the Columbian Hot Dog made by chefs Angela and Eloy, who are trained multi-cultural cuisine chefs, who gave up regular kitchen positions in fine restaurants to go on the road with their talents. Photo / Darryl A. Wells
  • Many food truck members say that the Casino visit is a popular stop for them, while most of their regular business is on the east Coast the trip to Immokalee has become a regular favorite. Photo / Darryl A. Wells
  • Carlos Sanchez of Nana Ninas prepares slow roasted pulled pork for a Cuban cuisine meal at the Casino. Photo / Darryl A. Wells
  • Elsa, Diana, and Deja are all family and partners on board the Miami Spice food truck, their brother is also a member of the team. They are from a family of thirteen brothers and sisters, and work on their home built food truck. Photo / Darryl A. Wells
  • Here is a selection menu from the Nosh Truck which features an Inspired Street Food venue for patrons. It is a regular visitor to many Lee and Collier area events as a rally and regular visitor. Photo / Darryl A. Wells
  • The Miami Spice truck features American standards with a Latin twist. In addition to their regular travels for events, they also recently participated in a Hernando County Food truck competition wining first place for several of their fried food selections. Photo / Darryl A. Wells
  • Area seating was available and during the day used bypatrons, employees and visitors to the casino. Photo / Darryl A. Wells
  • Leana Martinez of Dolce Gourmet Cupcakes shows a tasty treat of Maple Walnut ice cream. Her mobile unit featured cookies, ice cream, and gourmet cupcakes, which she said generally, are a sellout at the paradise event. Photo / Darryl A. Wells
  • The selections are numerous as seen here at the menu board for Dolce Gourmet Cupcakes which was one of seven vehicles in town for the event held at Immokalee Casino on Sunday. Photo / Darryl A. Wells
  • The truck as the colors and insignia show featured foods with a Brazilian theme. Many different cuisines are presented at the event including, Cuban, Italian, European and other Latin themes. Photo / Darryl A. Wells
  • Take out was not a problem for the many trucks at the rally, for those on the way in or out patrons picked up their selections to enjoy at home or on the job. Photo / Darryl A. Wells
  • Janet and John Gatti enjoyed the weather and the food of the day at the Rally. The Food trucks are becoming a popular spot of interest to area patrons. Photo / Darryl A. Wells

The Immokalee Seminole Indian Casino features many exciting shows, events, and entertainers for those who visit. Yet one of its most popular and enjoyed activities is The Paradise Food Truck Rally. The event is held on the third Sunday of each month in the parking area adjacent to the Casino. As visitors come in and go out, they get the opportunity to enjoy some of the most tasteful culinary and delightful deserts to be found in the area.

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