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Toronto, CAN: Curbalicious Food Truck Owner Frustrated by Licensing Requirements

Curbalicious is a new food truck business that hopes to be coming to a curb near you soon.

The ultimate goal was to cook up fresh, original dishes comprised of produce acquired by the farmers at the market.

Toronto, CAN: Toronto’s New Food Truck Alley Aspires to be a Permanent Hub


Tacos from one of the food trucks that gathered at Nathan Phillips Square in April when Toronto city council met to discuss the fate of mobile food vendors. The new food alley hopes to offer late-night dining.

Beginning Wednesday, a food truck alliance is banding together to form Food Truck Alley, Toronto’s first hub of kitchens-on-wheels at Queen St. E. and Jarvis St.

Toronto, CAN: ‘Food Truck Alley’ Comes to Toronto


Toronto is getting its own Food Truck Alley thanks to the owners of The Feisty Jack and Tire Source.

Toronto, CAN: Counter Culture – Toronto to Get its Own Food Truck Alley

Image: The Feisty Jack Facebook

Toronto couldn’t possibly let Hamilton win the food truck race without so much as entering the heat.

Toronto, CAN: Food Truck Restrictions “Tough” for Owners


Bryan Sui-Chong and Allen Tan, left, the two guys behind Me.n.u. which sells Asian food from a food truck. Friday they were at Ribfest in Centennial Park in Etobicoke. Colin McConnell/Toronto Star

Mobile businesses get creative to make permits worth $5,000 expense

Toronto, CAN: The Top 5 Food Truck Events in Toronto This Summer

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The upcoming festivals in and around Toronto where you can find a pack of food trucks.

Toronto, CAN: Food Truck to Chase – Gourmet Gringos


The truck success was built on Toronto’s love for tacos. The Gringos’ menu changes often but popular versions include the mahi mahi, slow-cooked pork carnitas, and carne asada (grilled skirt steak).

Toronto, CAN: Food Truck Events to look forward to this Spring


Here’s a few food truck events you can look forward to this Spring season.

Toronto, CAN: For Better Or Worse, Food-Truck Bylaw Is Passed


City Council has finally granted approval for more food trucks to vend on city streets. But the new bylaw, passed last week, comes with serious strings attached: only 100 licenses will be made available at a cost of $5000 each, and trucks can’t park within 50 metres of a restaurant

Toronto, CAN: New Rules For Toronto Street Vending Leaves Vendors Hopeful Yet Hungry For More Change


Permits given to trucks will be limited to 125 permits over the next 12 months (there’s currently 27 already claimed) and will be limited to one per person. What will happen to trucks that have two or more trucks?