Toronto Is Getting Its First Boozy Yurt Wine Bar & It's Full Of Christmas Cheer
Sip wine in this cozy winter yurt!
'Tis the season to be jolly, and sipping wine is always a good way to do just that. Winter is the perfect time to cozy up by a fire with a glass (or two) of your favourite vino and cheers to the holidays. Now, you can sip wine in the most magical place possible. This new pop-up bar in Toronto is a winter wonderland full of boozy drinks and Christmas cheer. Toronto's Stackt yurt wine bar is the best place to enjoy a festive beverage this year.
It turns out yurts aren't just for camping. Now, they're for drinking too.
Stackt Market just got a booze-filled yurt as part of its Holiday Hills festival.
Named Casa Campo, the pop-up venue is Toronto's first-ever yurt wine bar.
The yurt is hosted by Campo Viejo wines and will feature some of their portfolio highlights and delicious beverages.
You can take unique wine classes in the yurt every Friday from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. Tickets for these events are $10 and are available on the website.
The wines will cost between $11.50 to $20.25. You can sip on beverages from around the world in this super cozy setting. The bar officially opens on November 22 and is the perfect place to spend your weekend.
Stackt Market will also be hosting several other winter events this season.
Try your hand at Toronto's first Crokicurl, a hybrid of Crokinole and Curling.
There will be tons of local vendors selling homemade goods, as well as boozy sip and shop nights and holiday-themed karaoke.
Explore this unique shipping container market this holiday season, and take part in some of the festive events that will be running until December 22.
This holiday event is one of many happening across Toronto this year. If you're looking for more delicious drinks and festive places to visit, wander over to thefor mulled wine and more festivities.
Stackt Yurt Wine Bar
Price: Free admission
When: Opens November 22, 2019
Address: 28 Bathurst St., Toronto, ON
Why You Need To Go: Enjoy a glass of wine inside Toronto's first boozy yurt bar this season.