It looks like the street’s no longer just for meat—Toronto a la Cart announced the city’s latest restos to hit the road this morning. All eight new vendors were chosen on the grounds of healthiness, hygiene, and, of course, scrumptiousness. From Caribfusion at Yonge and St. Clair to Eritrean eats at Roundhouse Park, the new street eats will range as far in reach across the city as they will in flavour. And while they may make you reach deeper into your pocket than your typical bratwurst-in-a-bun, it’s for your benefit, according to the city councillor behind the calendar. In the Post today, John Filion said that the higher price is “because it will be real food.” But it won’t be ’till May long weekend—when the carts wheel their way in—that we’ll be able to see if he’s putting his money where his mouth is.