Juice Truck

Juice Truck

Details In: A big pink (technically, it’s watermelon) truck. On: The corner of Abbott and Water Streets, Gastown. Sometimes Kits on the weekend. When: 11:30am – 5:00pm, weekdays. Check our Twitter and Facebook for weekends. Web: thejuicetruck.ca | Twitter |

DINER: Mike Carter & Alessandro Vianello Opening “Street Meet” Food Truck This Week

DINER: Mike Carter & Alessandro Vianello Opening “Street Meet” Food Truck This Week

Chefs Alessandro Vianello (ex-Prestons) and Mike Carter (ex-Sip Lounge and The Refinery) are about to unleash Vancouver’s newest food truck, Street Meet. If all goes according to plan, it will launch tomorrow (Thursday) and bounce between Kits and Main. The

DINER: Brand New “Mom’s Grilled Cheese” Opens In Front Of The Vancouver Art Gallery

DINER: Brand New “Mom’s Grilled Cheese” Opens In Front Of The Vancouver Art Gallery

There’s a new food truck in town! Cindy Hamilton’s Mom’s Grilled Cheese did their opening dry run yesterday (I should say wet run), selling their first gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches, tomato soups and drinks from Pop Shoppe. Take a look

Awesome Thing We Ate #839: The Fish Taco From New Street Food Purveyor “Tacofino”

Awesome Thing We Ate #839: The Fish Taco From New Street Food Purveyor “Tacofino”

Once upon a summer there was a food truck in a gravel parking lot in Tofino called Tacofino. We frequented it plenty, because it was good, really good, as in awesome tacos and the best-tortilla-soup-we’d-ever-had good. Rejoice, Vancouver, for now

2011 Street Food Landscape To Be Injected With More Awesome

2011 Street Food Landscape To Be Injected With More Awesome

Tonight we can bring you some very promising “almost” news on the Vancouver street food front. I say “almost” because none of it is official, but rather pooled together from reliable sources. I ask those journalists who are reading this

New “Cartel” Invades Georgia & Burrard With Korean Tacos…

New “Cartel” Invades Georgia & Burrard With Korean Tacos…

by Andrew Morrison | Several months ago, Abigail’s Party owner James Iranzad (interview) teamed up with Jesse Grasso and Joel Watanabe (the two kitchen rulers at Chinatown’s Bao Bei) to create “Cartel”, a street cart serving Korean-style tacos. They’d hoped

Guess How Many Of The 17 New Street Food Vendors Are Ready?

Guess How Many Of The 17 New Street Food Vendors Are Ready?

photo: Jeanine Anderson It turns out I was wrong a few weeks back when I opined on City Hall’s methodology to determine who would be granted licenses for their street food pilot project. They “chose” by lottery instead of by

Surprise! Not All Street Food Lotto Winners Ready To Operate

Surprise! Not All Street Food Lotto Winners Ready To Operate

When City Hall trumpeted their list of the lucky 17 who’d won a flawed lottery for spots to sell street food from mobile carts last week, we were concerned as to how many would be ready for prime time and

How City Hall Screwed Up Their Own Street Food Pilot Project

How City Hall Screwed Up Their Own Street Food Pilot Project

photo: SteffanyF When City Hall announced that it was going to overhaul its position on mobile street food vendors (previously: “we only want it if it sucks”), I was really excited. Finally, just maybe, we’d start inching toward a town

Applications For Vancouver’s New Street Food Pilot Project

Applications For Vancouver’s New Street Food Pilot Project

We’re hopeful that we might actually see some interesting street food this summer with City Hall’s change of heart on sidewalk vendors and food trucks. No fewer than five restaurateurs with existing businesses have passed word on the down low

“Roaming Dragon” Set To Turn Page On Vancouver Street Food

“Roaming Dragon” Set To Turn Page On Vancouver Street Food

photos by Erin Simkin A new company called Gourmet Syndicate is poised to make a move on Vancouver city streets if City Hall’s mobile food truck pilot program doesn’t ruffle any No Fun feathers next month. Their first mobile catering

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City Hall Inching Deliciously Close To Accepting Street Food

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