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June 7, 2012 Comments (1) Views: 1888 Good Food Events

Night Market

By The Stop Community Food Centre, a ‘Certified Good Food Fighter

Wish you could eat steam buns from Torito and mini fried chicken sandwiches from Brockton General and smoked fish from the Grove while you’re drinking cocktails by Barman Willie and suds from Lake of Bays? And that you could get all that great food from really nice people at hand-crafted food stalls made by designers like Brothers Dressler, 3rd Uncle, and Fugitive Glue? And, you thought, wouldn’t it be nice if most of your ticket price went towards funding innovative food-based programming in the city? Don’t worry—we’ve got you covered.

Riffing on night markets from around the world, The Stop’s Night Market will transform the alley and parking lot next to Honest Ed’s into a teeming feast for the senses on summer solstice night. Join us for a mash-up of the best of the city’s street food and art, and prepare to experience the iconic space like you’ve never seen it before. Proceeds from the Night Market support The Stop’s critical anti-hunger programs.

Featured food and beverage vendors: Babi & Co, Barman Willy, the Beet Organic Café, the Bellevue, Black Fly Coolers, Brockton General, Bushwick, the County General, Cowbell, Delica Kitchen, Grace Foods, Great Lakes Brewery, GwaiLo, Hawker Bar, Jack and Lil’s, Lake of Bays Brewing Company, Latino5spice, Lindsey Bakes, Muskoka Brewery, Paulette’s, Reunion Island Coffee, Steam Whistle Brewing, Samuel J. Moore, Stillwaters Distiller, the Grove, the Stockyards, The Stop Community Food Centre, Supicucu, the Tempered Chef, Torito, Tromba Tequila, Ursa, Woodlot, Yours Truly.

When: Wednesday, June 20, 2012, 7 to 11 pm
Where: Honest Ed’s alley and parking lot (581 Bathurst St.)
Tickets: $50 (includes all food and drink), from www.nightmarket.thestop.org

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One Response to Night Market

  1. Ed says:

    I hope that they have some ethnic food like takoyaki!

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