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Toronto - NPS morning hot dog/sausage special. $1.99/$2.99

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Toronto - NPS morning hot dog/sausage special. $1.99/$2.99

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must be slow times down at City Hall. Food truck special there.

Things changed now that I’m a father, I can’t live my life a quarter mile at a time anymore.
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I live in Toronto and was confounded by NPS acronym

Realized Nathan Phillips Square

Also how many ppl are looking to buy a hot dog before noon..
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Less tourists and office workers downtown mean less volume/cashflow.
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RFD breakfast hot dogs - now I've seen everything
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I also want to try an "All Beef Chicken" hotdog for only $1.99 hahaha
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Doesn't have to be breakfast, when the offices were full lots of people went for lunch at 11.30 to 11.45 to beat the crowds.
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Just curious what is the normal price?
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The signage is like parking prices downtown now.

Large font prices to lure you in and fine print to exclude when you want it.
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evoviii wrote: I live in Toronto and was confounded by NPS acronym

Realized Nathan Phillips Square
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evoviii wrote: The signage is like parking prices downtown now.

Large font prices to lure you in and fine print to exclude when you want it.
Must exit finish eating by 11:45AM, or supplemental consumption time charge (25¢/1min) applies.
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No pop? I'm sticking with Costco!

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