Japadog

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Japadog | Food | Before there were food trucks, the only thing allowed on Vancouver streets were hotdog stands. Japadog broke that mold in 2005 with a simple concept that quickly captured the hearts of Vancouverites. Now that it has a brick-and-mortar location and there are countless other food trucks roaming the city, the bloom is largely off the rose.

Usage: “Burger $2.85 is the new Japadog…”

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