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Mobile Feast food truck event lets you eat for "free"

Car2go is taking generosity to extremes with tomorrow's Mobile Feast, and the buzzword does, indeed, appear to be "free." What better way to fete the new carsharing service's first 100 days in Toronto than with a free food truck event tomorrow (October 25) from 4-10 p.m.? The rain or shine event (and all signs are currently pointing to shine) will fill up the Target Park lot at 525 King St. West with music, games, prizes, food, and hungry revellers.

There'll be five food trucks in attendance, with Blue Donkey Streatery, Gourmet Gringos, newcomers Stuft Gourmet Sausages, Fidel Gastro's and Rome'n Chariot representing a neat slice of Toronto's current food truck roster. Aside from the complimentary food on offer, you'll also receive a free car2go lifetime membership and 30 minutes of drive time upon registration.

The one catch (depending on how averse you are to sales pressure), is that free food will only be lavished upon those who have registered, but registration is, as expected, free, and existing members are welcome to take part in the festivities. Clever tactics aside, registration isn't all-bad, as these compact cars are convenient, affordable, and (even 100 days in) still draw curious looks and finger-pointing from pedestrians.

Photo of Stuft Gourmet Sausage


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