This summer in Montreal is going to be more delicious than ever, as several boroughs will be allowing even more food truck locations.
In collaboration with the Association des restaurateurs de rue du Québec, the boroughs of Ahuntsic-Cartierville, Ville-Marie, Mercier-Hochelaga-Maisonneuve, and Rosemont–La-Petite-Patrie are introducing new authorized food truck spots.
In total, the city anticipates there will be at least 24 such locations — "more than double the number of last year."
And, according to the city, there's a chance that more boroughs might join in on the fun.
Food trucks will be able to start setting up in these select locations starting in mid-April.
"We are very pleased to see a new way of enjoying green spaces through street food in different neighbourhoods, which gives us hope for a prosperous year that will help to stimulate a more secure industry," Gaelle Cerf, vice-president of the Association des restaurateurs de rue du Québec, said in a statement.
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