There's a new trend in restaurants coming to Toronto called food halls and they've been popping up all over the city! Food halls are a way to bring restaurant style eating and food court convenience into one. These are the perfect places to find all your favourite kinds of foods in one place.\nThis way a group of friends can all go out to eat together, but there's no stress in deciding where and what type of food because at a food hall, everyone can get something different that they like! A brand new, massive food hall is opening up in Toronto this fall called The Annex Food Hall and you're going to want to check it out.\nThey're claiming to bring a unique eating experience to the city and we couldn't be more excited!\n@to_finestembedded via\n@anya_mysykembedded via\nThe Annex Food Hall will be located at 384 Bloor St West but they haven't yet released an exact opening date. All they've said so far is that they'll be opening this fall so it must be very soon! They've also released 6 vendors that will be opening up shop in the food hall and they're some of Toronto's favourites.\nAt the food hall you'll be able to find the authentic Italian pasta in a box from Dal Moro's Fresh Pasta, delicious tacos from El Nahual, fried chicken sandwiches from PG Clucks, street style Thai food from Eat BKK, fresh Asian buns from Mean Bao, and Montreal style smoked meat sandwiches from Smoked Up Meats!\nThe Annex Food Hall has also said they will be hosting a seventh vendor but we don't know exactly who they are yet. We're hoping it's some kind of dessert shop so we can grab an after dinner treat without leaving the hall! They're also planning on getting their alcohol license of the end of the year so there might be a bar in there soon as well.\n@tinytaniembedded via\n@tastetorontoembedded via\n@melbourneburgercollectiveembedded via\nCheck out their website for more information!