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Food truck to open downtown coffee shop and juice bar

Rose City Kitchen has been dishing out upscale takes on pita wraps and Middle Eastern-influenced poutines on Queen West; the restaurant's food truck, a partnership with Gourmet Bitches, tailed close behind. You'd think that would be enough for one year - but it looks like the restaurant/food truck is set to expand to the Financial District, bringing not one, but two new concepts with them.

A new Rose City Kitchen location is slated to open at 36 Toronto St. (near Church and Adelaide) in October or November. Shontelle Pinch, the woman behind Rose City's food truck, adds the space will also host Smash, a new juice bar, and Clockwork, a coffee shop. "All of our concepts are going in one place," says Pinch, adding that multiple locations may be in the works.

Photo by Jesse Milns


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