King West eats

Toronto about to get a late night food truck destination

Toronto just got its first food truck alley this week - now, it looks like the number is already set to double. The west side of the city is set to get its very own designated hot spot for mobile food vendors, dubbed King West Eats, with the first service set for this coming Monday.

The new alley will be set up at 7 Morrison St., near Adelaide and Brant, in a lot owned by Allied Properties. Space will be available for up to eight food trucks, seven days a week; eventually, the plan is to host lunch service set for 11am to 3:30pm, and then 4:30 to 11pm in the evenings. There's some talk service might extend to later in the evening on weekends.

Rancho Relaxo and Let's Be Frank are among the trucks set to get the ball rolling this Monday, with lunch service planned from 11am to 4pm. Other notable trucks participating include Curbalicious, Fidel Gastro's and Hogtown Smoke, just to name a few.

Full details and schedule on torontofoodtrucks.ca.


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