La Carnita, Toronto

It can be said that La Carnita was the innovator of the food truck phenomenon in Toronto, using the sale of local artists’ work as a loophole to get by selling great food to the hungry masses (the city has/had very strict and often foolish laws preventing various forms of street food vendors). Their signature skull art was desired by every foodie in the city and their locations were tweeted and retweeted obsessively with people flocking to grab a La Carnita taco. It certainly made me feel like quite the... Read The Rest →

Toronto Underground Market [TUM]

Saturday,  was the second edition of the Toronto Underground Market. We bought our tickets back in September and we were quite anxious to go! We are thankful we bought our tickets so early because they sold out very quickly. It is difficult to determine how many people actually attended this event but let’s just say that some line-ups were over 2hrs long and by 9pm, some vendors/exhibitors were completely sold out. When the doors opened, we rushed over to the famous and elitist La Carnita stand as we wanted to... Read The Rest →

 
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