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Duke Street Food Block
#21
Spotted on Twitter - a sign posted on the Breadheads storefront on Duke Street saying that due to the impact of LRT construction, they're closing up shop until October: https://twitter.com/flying_squirrel/stat...4820114432 . Fortunately they have the food truck business to fall back on.
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#22
They've had limited summer hours in the past due to their taking the truck to festivals, etc so this should not be too much of a hit.
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#23
(05-30-2016, 07:42 PM)goggolor Wrote: Spotted on Twitter - a sign posted on the Breadheads storefront on Duke Street saying that due to the impact of LRT construction, they're closing up shop until October: https://twitter.com/flying_squirrel/stat...4820114432 . Fortunately they have the food truck business to fall back on.

Although sad, at least they're not closing up shop completely.
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#24
Heresy alert - I find Breadheads pizza too soggy. I need my thin crust to be crisp!
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#25
I found breadheads to be overly expensive and not a great attempt at what it was going for...
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#26
(10-05-2015, 07:34 PM)BuildingScout Wrote: I can definitely recommend Indian Tree for dinner and it's open past 3pm.

Spice tree is a good value for lunch, the buffet they have is a decent spread for the small amount of space they have. I go there for supper too, I really the cauliflower Manchurian they make. I usually walk there since I'm close enough but they seem to being doing decent take-away business still.
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(05-31-2016, 10:03 AM)panamaniac Wrote: Heresy alert - I find Breadheads pizza too soggy.  I need my thin crust to be crisp!

Same here ... it's tasty but needs to be eaten with a knife and fork.  Would prefer crispier crust.
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#28
"Convenience @ Duke" sign up along the DFB. Looks like a convenience store. Sorry can't recall what it is replacing.
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#29
The popcorn place?
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#30
(03-19-2017, 01:32 PM)Pheidippides Wrote: "Convenience @ Duke" sign up along the DFB. Looks like a convenience store. Sorry can't recall what it is replacing.

Interesting. I can't help but think that area is a bit saturated with convenience stores already. Just steps away there's a convenience store on King and the Walper Tobacco shop, which is essentially the same thing with a cigar selection.
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