Sometimes, scanning through the empty fridge doesn't cut it for a late-evening craving. Well, a Toronto food night market is scheduled to take place over the Labour Day long weekend and it features an incredible variety of international food.\nThe festival will be held in the Scarborough Town Centre on September 5 and 6 and will run from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. each night.\n\n\nEditor's Choice: Here's How Much You Need To Make To Afford A Basic Life In Ontario's Cities\n\n\n\n View this post on Instagram ANNOUNCEMENT: We’ve added a new event to our schedule and have extended our operating hours! Introducing Eats Night Market, an internationally influenced night market showcasing street foods and drinks from around the world. Happening during the long weekend, Sept. 5 & 6th (Sat & Sun) from 4pm-11pm! Save the dates! 🌙 . . #streeteatsmarket #streetfood #incubatorspace #foodentrepreneurs #loveoffood #foodieheaven #foodadventure #comfortfood #torontoeats #foodie #torontofoodie #streetfood #torontofoodtrucks #torontolife #foodstagram #gta #canada #ontario #toronto #scarboroughtowncentre #eatsnightmarket A post shared by STREET EATS MARKET™ (@streeteatsmarket) on Aug 17, 2020 at 5:48pm PDT\n\n\nThe market is one of a series of food festivals being put on by Street Eats at the town centre over the next few weeks.\nThe event is advertised as having strict social distancing measures in effect, so make sure to bring your mask and be prepared to give everyone two metres of distance!\nClear your Labour Day plans, Torontonians — it's time to get eating!