Eat Street is coming to Edmonton!

Edmonton’s food truck scene is set to gain even more momentum now that popular Food Network show Eat Street is coming to our city!

Eat Street

Eat Street producer David Freeman sent us this message about the upcoming trip:

“They say an army marches on it’s stomach, well so does a city in my opinion and Edmonton is certainly marching forward with a growing appetite and Eat St. is happy to feed that need by highlighting the biggest and best food trucks around. As a new city to the Eat St. fold, Edmonton has shown us that it’s not who is first to the party, or who has the most trucks per capita, but the quality of those trucks that rise to the surface.

Eat St. will be filming in Edmonton between August 7th and 9th, filming three fantastic trucks: Molly’s Eats, Drift and The Act. Come along to all and help celebrate a taste of your town.”

Here are the details:

  • Tuesday, August 7th: Molly’s Eats @ Sir Winston Churchill Square from 11:00am  – 1:00pm
  • Wednesday, August 8th: Drift @ 107th St. and Jasper Ave. from 11:30am  – 1:30pm
  • Thursday, August 9th: The Act @ Sir Winston Churchill Square from 11:30am -1:30pm

Stick those dates in your calendar now and get out and support Molly’s Eats, Drift, and The Act next week. We’re very excited to welcome Eat Street to Edmonton!

Author: Mack D. Male

I’m a software developer, entrepreneur, and social media guy. I’m the Software Engineering Manager for Questionmark Computing, a leading provider of testing and assessment technologies, and I’m the founder of Paramagnus Developments Inc., an Edmonton-based social software company. I’m particularly passionate about my hometown, Edmonton, and I do my best to expose everything it has to offer through my blog and other online activities. In 2009 I was named one of Edmonton’s Top 40 Under 40 by Avenue Edmonton for my role in helping to build Edmonton’s online communities. In 2010, I was named one of Alberta’s Next 10 Most Influential People by Alberta Venture. I am currently a member of EEDC’s ONEdmonton Leadership Forum and Downtown Vibrancy Task Force, the Edmonton Journal’s Community Advisory Board, the 104 Street Steering Committee, and numerous other boards and committees throughout the city.

6 thoughts on “Eat Street is coming to Edmonton!”

    1. That is because BULLY FOOD TRUCK INC. isnt on the street yet! Everyone please come out and support our bussiness!!! And the crews that work hard all year!!! Way to go all of you!!!!


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