Food Trucks! It all started as a small pilot-project to reintroduce the concept of food trucks and “street food” back to Montreal several years ago. Since then, the project has blossomed into a successful initiative to promote urban development and a touristic expansion throughout the city of Montreal. From a modest handful of gourmet food […]
If you follow the Montreal food truck scene then you’d know that the gang at Landry & Filles roll in one of the sexiest food trucks around. You can’t miss it, a hot electric blue truck with a picture of a jackalope on one side and their name in bitchin’ typography on the other side. […]
Let’s be honest here, one of the things that is most synonymous with summer is ice cream. I remember when I was young, my mom always hesitated buying ice cream for us because 1) it would melt before we got home from the grocery store, 2) not only are Asians amazing in ping-pong, badminton and […]
The Montreal food truck scene started off as a modest pilot project a few years ago with a handful of trucks in less than a handful of locations in the Ville Marie borough. This year, The Cuisine de Rue will again expand their food truck presence by adding even more locations, introducing the mobile yum […]
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If you’re on #teamfoodtruck or #teamsuck, like it or not, last year’s pilot food truck project in the city of Montreal was a rousing success. Having proven that their passion has no bounds, fearless entrepreneurs and delicious food purveyors take to the streets again this year seeing an extended food truck season and more designated […]
Last year’s Food truck “festival” returns! What started out as the first official “food truck festival” last year piggy-backed on the Just for Laughs Fest, returns this year under the name “Bouffons Montreal”. Organizers unfortunately did away with the “souk” image; although a rousing success, the romantic illustrated street plans of a curtained and covered […]