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Let's Be Frank trades its food truck for restaurant space

Another food truck is going brick-and-mortar in Toronto (bad news for people who like their gourmet hot dogs to come to them). Let's Be Frank has announced they're selling their mobile hot-doggery as they make the transition to a permanent space at 460 Spadina Ave. (near College).

The owners are hoping to use the dough from the ale to fund an overhaul of their patio, as well as covering some costs through the slow months ahead. If you've been dreaming of taking your own cooking show on the road, $35,500 will get you a van outfitted with four sinks, two propane fryers, a propane grill, several fridges and freezers, and a whole lot of memories from RiotFest and Warped Tour. Check out the listing for the truck here.

Photo by Jesse Milns.


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