The Food Trucks at Celebration Square All Summer Long

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Published May 24, 2016 at 11:40 am


Celebration Square is going to be packed with fun events all summer, but what’s a little fun without some great food to go with it? Thankfully, the Square has its share of food trucks that are ready to satisfy your hunger, whether you’re looking for a hearty meal or just something sweet to enjoy on a hot day. Here are four food trucks that will be open for business all summer long at Celebration Square.

The Dimkin’s Crepes Cafe 

Nothing beats a sweet, well-made crepe, and Dimkin’s aims to please. Their food truck offers crepes with a wide range of toppings, including chopped fruits and a Nutella spread. Their menu has also expanded to include items such as panini, waffle sticks and espresso based coffee. 

This summer marks Dimkin’s sixth year at Celebration Square, and the owner is excited to be apart of what he sees as Mississauga’s premium venue.

Top Dog 

One of the greatest joys in life is a simple hot dog, and – as you may have guessed – Top Dog specializes in them. Their truck serves up delicious gourmet hot dogs with a variety of side orders – namely their fresh cut fries and nacho chips, as well as a drink of pop or water to wash it down. If you’re looking to chow down on a tasty dog, Top Dog is your best bet.

Delicious Empanadas

Who doesn’t love a mouthwatering empanada? For those who have yet to try one, empanadas are a tasty breaded delicacy typically stuffed with meat, cheese, or other fillings. This food truck serves up Colombian empanadas with a variety of options, including Hawaiian and vegan for the non-meat-eaters. 

While this will be their first time at Celebration Square, Delicious Empanadas has operated in Toronto and Mississauga for several years. The owner believes that the care and dedication put into the food is what separates their food truck from others.

Polar Real Tropical Fruit 

Sometimes you’re craving a popsicle. Other times you’re craving a “paleta,” which is a Latin-style popsicle that has become fairly popular in southern Ontario. Advertising themselves as a healthy alternative, the Polar Tropical Fruit truck offers 18 different flavours that promise to take you to your tropical safe haven: Coconut, fruit punch, piña colada and rum & raisin, to name just a few.

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