After a long (nearly) three years, diverse street food has now been opened up in Toronto thanks to the hard fighting folks at Food Forward and the street loving community at-large.
The city’s growing fleet of food truck owners will descend on Robson Square starting Jan. 22 to showcase their culinary offerings as part of the Dine Out Vancouver festival.
We did talk with one business owner who is against allowing food carts in the borough, but she declined to go on camera.
If you’re more relaxed about food cart surrendipities, the Food Cart Fest is the answer. No need to wear out the treads in your Keds. In its second year, the festival rounds up the ‘best of the best’. Last year, it was at the Waldorf Hotel parking lot but we know what went down at that venue
In the book, 50 vendors are profiled, and recipes from (or inspired by) their cart’s offerings are made available, in many cases for the first time.
The wildly popular Isthmus a la Carts, a celebration of the Madison-area street food scene, once again pulls up to Olin Park, on the shores of beautiful Lake Monona, on Friday, May 10.
Wafels & Dinges is now operating a food cart where they used to park their truck.
"I love to eat from the street vendors too," Bloomberg said.