Cornwall ON – Street food. It’s a bone of contention in many cities and some say it helps define a culture. I was in Toronto yesterday and not only had a munch at a Sausage stand, but met two folks from Saskatchewan and had an interesting conversation.
Toronto, Ottawa, both cities have some interesting stands. Cornwall, not so many.
Vancouver wants to add some zest to its street cuisine ¬– salmon, tacos, Korean BBQ, anything but hotdogs.
For the next week and a half, the city is accepting applications for new food carts at 17 locations.
“We have such a vibrant city with such a huge, multicultural food culture here,” said Coun. Heather Deal, who first proposed expanding the food vending program in 2008.
“Having that (food culture) not reflected in the streets was frustrating for me, because one of my favourite things is a lively street scene.
So Cornwall. Do we need some food carts on Brookdale? Near the Lamoureaux Parc? On Pitt or Montreal road? What do you think? You can post your comments below.