We want street food, please

your chance to help make the city’s streets that much tastier
by Jon Lomow

A street vendor sells fresh churritos from a push cart in San Francisco's North Beach district - Jon Lomow

Several weeks ago I wrote about the state of street food in Ottawa, and how changes to provincial regulations in 2007 opened the door to expanded and more exciting programs in Ontario (you can catch-up here). Clearly, I touched a nerve — or at least discovered some latent excitement of what could be in the 6-1-3. Since the inception of The Wig some 24 weeks ago I’ve done my best to showcase some of the great food this city has to offer. Yet the article that has drawn the most enthusiasm both off- and online is about something wonderful that you — at least not yet — can’t eat in Ottawa. Read more here.

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