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Foodies of all shapes and sizes will be descending on the Halifax Waterfront today for Atlantic Canada’s first ever food truck rally.
Organized by the Food Truck Association of Nova Scotia and Waterfront Development, the event at the Sands at Salter near Bishops Landing will feature several local food trucks, including Food Wolf, Nomad Gourmet and others.
The rally will allow foodies to dig into delicious, locally sourced dishes in one spot and meet the individuals behind the mobile businesses that have sparked a local street food revolution in Halifax.
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Event organizers say the rally offers an opportunity to ‘dig into delicious locally sourced dishes, and take the time to meet the individuals behind these small businesses whose creativity and commitment has sparked a local street food culture in Halifax.’
Gourmet eats on the go are quickly becoming a roaring success all over continent
The Food Truck Association of Nova Scotia — including Nomad Gourmet, Food Wolf, UnderPressers, BiteMe! Urban Diner, and Tin Pan Alley — will host a Food Truck Rally this fall.
Matt Brewer, the chef behind the wheel of Halifax’s newest mobile food venture, Bite Me Urban Diner.
The white truck known for flavourful fusion food and helping kickstart the local surge in street food will have you crying Wolf.