Here’s What’s Happening at an Upcoming Food Truck Festival in Mississauga
Published July 11, 2019 at 5:52 pm
Do you plan on heading to Celebration Square tomorrow (Friday, July 12)?
If you are, we hope you arrive hungry, as there will be tons of different dishes to choose from.
Another highly-anticipated Food Truck’N Friday event will hit the Square this Friday.
Food Truck’N Friday is Toronto’s ongoing food truck event that has been held at 1 Resurrection Road in Etobicoke for the past five years.
This is the first year that the festival has hit Mississauga, and it’s hosting a series of events at the Square throughout the summer.
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All events are free to attend and each one boasts different food trucks. The food trucks will be arriving from different cities and towns in Ontario.
The July 12 event, which will run from 12:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., will be the third of its kind in the city.
So, what food trucks can diners expect to see?
The Arepa Republic, Crepe Street, Pimento Jerk, Alijandro’s Kitchen, The Kathi Roll Express, Mustache Burger and Bang Bang Burrito.
“When we first started Food Truck’N Friday four years ago in Toronto, we had always hoped to bring our concept to Celebration Square,” says Jason Bellissimo, founder of Food Truck’N Friday.
“It’s such an amazing space that brings the entire community together, an international community that’s known to love and appreciate global cuisines.”
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