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1811 Miami

UruguayanParaguayan

Edgewater

$$$$Perfect For:Casual Weeknight DinnerSerious Take-Out OperationWalk-Ins

1811 is a a Uruguayan and Paraguayan food truck that parks in Edgewater Tuesday through Sunday starting at 5pm. There are lots of good things to eat here, including the national dish of Uruguay, a chivito. It’s a messy but delicious combination of sliced beef tenderloin, ham, cheese, bacon, and a fried egg. You will need somewhere between three and fifteen napkins as well as a dining companion who won’t judge you for getting yolk all over your cheek.

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