The Times of London’s powerful, acerbic restaurant critic Giles Coren has been touring a handful of North American cities — places he readily admits he knows little about — and directing his trademark piercing critiques at the local food scenes. It’s for a reality TV show that he originated, and in keeping with his media personality of supersized ego, has named “Million Dollar Critic.”
The lot debuted just 3 weeks ago to a buzz that got both food trucks owners and foodies very excited, but a recent opportunity came up to turn the lot into a paid parking lot so it will no longer be offered for lunch time rallies.
Food trucks tend to bring a party to the streets, but five weeks after Toronto’s first-ever food truck alley rolled into the Tire Source parking lot at 141 Queen St. East, the sleepy corner of Queen and Jarvis, on an average day, is still on the quiet side.
If you hit the CNE’s Food Truck Frenzy today, you’ll be sure to see some new food trucks, some familiar faces,and one new food truck that’s also a familiar face.
The ultimate goal was to cook up fresh, original dishes comprised of produce acquired by the farmers at the market.
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 is getting its own Food Truck Alley thanks to the owners of The Feisty Jack and Tire Source.
Toronto couldn’t possibly let Hamilton win the food truck race without so much as entering the heat.
Mobile businesses get creative to make permits worth $5,000 expense
The upcoming festivals in and around Toronto where you can find a pack of food trucks.