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Well, that was short-lived

(Image: Toronto Food Trucks/Facebook)
(Image: Toronto Food Trucks/Facebook)

King West Eats, the downtown food-truck hub that was making everyone feel optimistic about Toronto’s street-food future, is no longer a thing. According to a report on the Toronto Food Trucks website, Allied Properties, the company that owns the lot at 7 Morrison Street, decided to abandon the three-week-old project when a really great opportunity came along to turn the concrete strip into a private parking lot.

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