toronto food truck alley

The Toronto Food Truck Alley is now a reality

The Toronto Food Truck Alley launched today at the corner of Jarvis and Queen St. East with The Feisty Jack and I Love Churros trucks serving their wares in a public parking lot.

The owner of The Feisty Jack, Will Randolph, has gathered a number of food truck owners together to test the idea of sharing the space in part to bypass restrictions imposed by city council. For more info on the alley, read about the announcement here.

According to Jose from I Love Churros, business today "was pretty good. Hopefully it will get better when people know we are here."

More info and schedule at Torontofoodtrucks.ca

Writing and photo by Allyson Scott.


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