TORONTO, Nov. 2, 2012 /CNW/ - All aboard! The Gravy Train, a restaurant concept inspired by political rhetoric is coming to Toronto. The project is being crowd-funded on Indiegogo where supporters are rewarded with food when the Train arrives in Spring of 2013.
"All this 'gravy talk' has made Toronto edgy and it's not because of politics. We've all been subconsciously craving gravy," said James Applegath, co-founder of The Gravy Train project, along with partner Craig Brissenden.
While the name was loosely inspired by local issues, the pair insist the politics stop there.
"We'd love to have Mayor Ford, Adam Vaughan, Gord Perks down for lunch," said Brissenden. "Right or left, doesn't matter which hand holds their forks - their mouths will be too full with delicious food to talk politics."
Yet with a name like The Gravy Train, bet on gravy being a hot topic. Think: bacon-infused gravy alongside beer-brewed gravy.
SOURCE: The Gravy Train
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