After being on a hiatus for 2018, the outdoor food market, Adelaide Eats is officially coming back this summer! 2019's Adelaide Eats Toronto Food Market is the prime lunch spot to hit up on Fridays throughout June and July this summer. It's basically a massive outdoor food court hosting some of the best food vendors Toronto has to offer!
They will be open for 6 Fridays at lunchtime only and it's totally worth the trip for unreal eats.
Adelaide Eats Food Market will be open in the outdoor courtyard at Bay Adelaide Centre for 6 days: June 14th, June 21st, June 28th, July 5th, July 12th, and July 19th.
Each day you can head over to the outdoor market from 11 am until 2:30 pm to grab some amazing food! They have everything from sweet to savoury so you know you'll be in for some amazing treats.
They have a list of all the amazing vendors that will be on-site during the event. Some of these delicious vendors include Kaboom Chicken, Parka Food Co, Golden Star Burgers, Bespoke Butchers, Tanto, and more!
There will also be a farmers market section where you can find local goods including fresh produce and artisanal products that you can stock your pantry with for the week.
Adelaide Eats Food Market
Price: free to enter, cost varies per vendor
Address: 333 Bay Street, Bay Adelaide Centre
When: Fridays from June 14th until July 19th at 11 am-2:30 pm
Why you need to go: To eat some delicious food from local vendors in a stunning outdoor market setting.
Justin Trudeau threw some shade at the Toronto Maple Leafs on Thursday morning, stating that their chances of winning the Stanley Cup this year are 'unthinkable.'
In an interview with CP24, the prime minister jokingly mocked Toronto fans, saying that he admires their ability to always be able to cling onto hope for their team.
"As a Habs fan, I'm kind of in admiration of Toronto fans who continue to cling to hopes every year, year in and year out, it's impressive to see," Trudeau told CP24. "If the unthinkable does happen and we're all wonderfully surprised to see the Leafs in the Stanley Cup finals, I know there will be ways to make sure that everyone gets to watch."
The leader also revealed where the federal government stands on letting the Toronto team do playoffs on home soil this year.
"I can tell you that one of the things that will make that decision easier if it comes, is for everyone to get vaccinated and for the cases to be driven down in those coming weeks," he stated. "More than 75% of Canadians need to get vaccinated, that's how we get back to normal, which I'm not going to say normal includes the Leafs winning the Stanley Cup, but it does mean we're moving in the right direction."
Ontarians will have the chance to book Sunwing flights to sunny getaway destinations this upcoming winter.
The airline has announced that it's resuming trips to popular vacation spots like Varadero, Cancun, and Punta Cana starting in December 2021.
London International Airport and Thunder Bay International Airport will have weekly flights to all three of these tropical places until mid-April 2022. Residents of Windsor will get to jet off to Cayo Santa Maria and Varadero, and Waterloo International Airport will have weekly trips to Cancun.
Plus, Sunwing is resuming flights between North Bay and Cancun, as well as Sudbury and Varadero each week from December to April.
The airline told Narcity that "winter schedules for Hamilton and Toronto's [Pearson Airport] are currently being finalized and more details will be announced soon."
Air Canada is also announcing the start of non-stop flights to Hawaii that will take off this December from Montreal, Toronto, Calgary, and Vancouver.
One local resident is bringing the nightlife of Toronto to your screens, but not in the way you might think.
Jason Leaver, a local filmmaker, is taking on the task of creating a raccoon video game that lets you experience the life of a trash panda in the 6ix.
In clips of the game, which he calls Trash Panda, Leaver showcases how you can walk down the streets of the city and knock over trash bins throughout the night, which is every raccoon's dream.
"The idea [for Trash Panda] struck me one evening when I was taking out the trash! I think earlier that day I was playing around that fantastic raccoon character asset that I purchased quite some time ago. So, when garbage night and a cute animated raccoon came together in my mind, it felt like a eureka moment," Leaver continued.
The game, which he hopes could be out in time for summer, was partly inspired by Leaver's own run-ins with the city's infamous critters. When asked about his experience with the Toronto animals, Leaver told Narcity that his "daughter's favourite one is probably the time a mother raccoon and her two cubs took up residence under her treehouse."
While it is still in the works, Leaver states he wants to make it as "Toronto as it can be."