This new food truck serves burgers named after the seven deadly sins (well, five of them, anyway)

This new food truck serves burgers named after the seven deadly sins (well, five of them, anyway)

(Image: Burgatory/Facebook) (Image: Burgatory/Facebook)
 

Toronto has a new ecclesiastically themed burger shop (the other being The Burger’s Priest), and this one’s on wheels. Burgatory is one of the city’s newest food trucks. Its name is a mash-up of “purgatory”—i.e. the state of limbo where, according to Catholic doctrine, souls go to “achieve the holiness necessary to enter the joy of heaven”—and “burgers.” And the religious allusions don’t stop there: each of the truck’s five burgers is named after one of the seven deadly sins. The Sloth Burger, for instance, is topped with Velveeta and Hickory Sticks, while the Pride is a portobello patty on brioche. (Perhaps due to lack of compatible burger ideas, the two leftover vices—lust and gluttony—refer to doughnuts and combo meals, respectively.) You can check out the full menu here.