|The food fare options have been down to those of one truck|
in recent weeks at the City's Eat Street site
From some promising early days of a food festival in the downtown core, the Eat Street project at Third Avenue West and Seventh Street has seen some scaling back of food options of late.
The site which at one point had three of the city's popular food trucks on site, has in the last few weeks been home to just one food vendor at the moment.
The Trishan Food Truck is currently staged there, though it was an option not available to would be diners over the noon hour today.
The rest of the highly touted Eat Street collective for now seems to have taken leave of the area.
One the Uncle Robbie's truck setting up shop in the Atlin Terminal parking lot, making the most it would seem of the Cruise ship and tourist traffic in the popular Cow Bay area.
|The Uncle Robbie's Food Truck has shifted its location of late|
to the parking lot across from the Atlin Terminal
|Rubble from the May 1st Belmont Fire still marks the site of the|
former Hotel and Beverage house
|The plaza between the Museum of Northern BC and Mariner's Park|
might have made for a more viable location for the the
ambitious plans for Eat Street