Now in its second year, The Stop’s Night Market has in 12 months become thee essential Summer event for many a Toronto foodster.
Selling out both nights in the what was literally the blink of an eye, this year’s Night Market raised $115,000 for The Stop’s critical anti-hunger programs, enough to provide three days worth of healthy and nutritious food for over 9,000 people.
Good Food Revolution were there for night one, and were so busy filming that they didn’t even have a chance to eat anything!
We did our best to cover all of the booths, but that was nigh on impossible… what a splendid event though.
Well done to all involved in the planning and execution of what is fast becoming the event of the year.
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Edinburgh-born/Toronto-based Sommelier, consultant, writer, judge, and educator Jamie Drummond is the Director of Programs/Editor of Good Food Revolution… And he just wishes that he had found an opportunity to eat something as he spent all night running around filming… next year perhaps I can attend both nights?
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