Read my review of Paulette's Original Donuts & Chicken in the restaurants section.
Read my review of Leslieville Pumps in the restaurants section.
Those who like to chase their lobster rolls with a beverage of the adult kind will want to make a visit to Cold Tea as Rock Lobster Co. has confirmed that they'll be delivering to the bar as well. A discussion between the two businesses about a one-off pop up event led to the more long term idea of letting customers remain rooted to their bar stools while the lobster came to them.
A joint effort between the Toronto Underground Market and Food Truck Eats, the sold out event saw 3,000 people descend upon the Brick Works for an evening of culinary debauchery. With over 30 vendors in attendance, those on wheels and those behind tables co-existed harmoniously, in their effort to feed the crowd and support the street food movement.
The event combined food and art, both with a street vendor theme. Doss, like the rest of us is tired of trucks selling "grilled cheese, cupcakes and hot dogs", and wanted this event to bring to light other gastronomical possibilities. Participants included pop-up extraordinaire Fidel Gastro, new TUM favourite Rock Lobster Food Co., Ryerson institution Salad King, and some up and comers like the Ninja Piggies, who once fantasized of bringing street food to the masses while evading the law by selling their sandwiches out of an unmarked moving van...dressed in ninja costumes. I'd buy one.
Read my review of This End Up in the restaurants section.