crossroads diner

Another Toronto food truck is up for sale

In a week that also saw Let's Be Frank hang up their food truck keys for good, the Crossroads Diner food truck has also been put up for sale. Owner David Gleeson says he's ready to take a breather from the food truck business while he takes on other, more upscale dining projects. (Right now he's cooking at Cambridge's Langdon Hall hotel/spa, which probably beats sweating it out in a food truck all summer long.)

Though he may start up another business someday, the Toronto food truck scene's loss of Royales with cheese and Elvis sandwiches can be an aspiring food truck entrepreneur's gain. The former Purolator van, now up for sale on Kijiji, is packed with a pizza oven and a flat-top griddle, among other kitchen gear. The price isn't listed - but Gleeson tells me he's asking $42,500 OBO.


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