Plenty of stuff comes from under bridges, from concepts for Chili Peppers songs, to trolls, one of whom incidentally plays bass for the Chili Peppers. And now, food, if you pull over to Tacos de Puente.
To find TDP, pull underneath the I-95 bridge on Calle Ocho between Little Havana and Brickell, where you'll discover a stew-pot-loaded station wagon parked in the (thankfully spacious) shoulder; surrounding it are a coffee table covered in side dishes and milk crates for sitting, while inside'll be the abuelita-ish Gladz, who whips up delicious Nicaraguan comfort food, or as they call it in Nicaragua, "food". There's no menu, and dishes change per Gladz's whim, but she'll gladly overload your plate with possible options like pulled chicken tacos; cubed pork roasted with scallions, herbs, and a mild red sauce; or a roast pot of carrots, onions, red & green peppers, brown sauce, and chicken that's on the bone, so please hang up, mom!...oh, bone. For sides, there's crispy white slaw w/ a light vinegar tartness; an aggressively spicy white salsa w/ pickled onions, capers, and chilis; soft white queso (looks like fresh mozz, with a sweet-then-salty flavor); and to top if off, plantain chips -- also a new TV show about two motorcycle cops who're just totally bananas.
There's also a cooler full of beverages like chocolate milk, fresh tamarind juice, mora berry (kinda like a Central American blackberry), and horchata -- so tasty, you gotta get it put it in you.