I sampled one of his mortadella sandwich at a recent What the Truck?! event, and could not believe the taste and texture of the mortadella, which was gloriously studded with pistachios. Make sure and indulge in an artisanal ice cream sandwich if you’ve got room for dessert.
Under Edmonton’s policies, street vendors can operate until 3 a.m., unless they are in a city park. In a park, they can operate until 11 p.m. or the stated closing time of the park.
It’s about making the food community smaller and more accessible for everybody,”
“We’re trying all kinds of things to get people out on the streets and support unique local businesses in Edmonton.”
You have just as much right as other businesses to be in that location, City Says!
City of Edmonton is again allowing the Drift food truck to park near a downtown restaurant.
Owners of a popular downtown mobile eatery don’t plan to move any time soon
Truck Stop, a smaller offshoot of What the Truck?! at Churchill Square.
What the Truck? celebration of street food in Edmonton has been set for Sept. 16