A Massive All-You-Can-Eat Night Market Is Coming To Toronto This Spring

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Ontario Associate Editor
A Massive All-You-Can-Eat Night Market Is Coming To Toronto This Spring

Sunny skies aren't the only thing to look forward to this spring. Torontonians can celebrate the return of warmer weather with this massive outdoor market filled with tons of delicious food. While this event may be months away, it's time to start working up an appetite, because there's no limit to all the dishes you can indulge in. Stop's Toronto Night Market is returning to the city for another year, and you can eat your heart out.

You'll want to wear your stretchiest pants to this all-you-can-eat event.

The Toronto Night Market is happening on June 9 and 10, 2020, and you'll be able to taste as much good food as you'd like.

The event is hosted by The Stop, an organization seeking to increase access to healthy food.

Inspired by night markets around the world, the drool-worthy festival will have unlimited dishes from over 65 of the city's top chefs.

It just isn't a party without some boozy beverages, and you can sip from a selection of over 20 unique cocktails.

While you enjoy your food, you can listen to live musicians, DJs, and other performers.

All proceeds go towards The Stops programming, which includes food banks, drop-in meals, community gardens, and more.

Tickets for the all-you-can-eat evening cost $125 each. The sales and location have yet to be announced, so stay tuned.

The market is for guests aged 19 or older, so make sure you bring photo I.D.

If you're looking for more deliciousness this spring, you can head over to Sugar Shack TO for all sorts of sweet treats and maple-inspired goodies.

You can also check out the Toronto Coffee and Tea Expo for unlimited samples of some of the city's best-brewed beverages.*

Start working up an appetite for this drool-worthy food festival this spring, and invite your besties for a night full of flavour.

Toronto Night Market

Price: $125 per person

When: June 9 & 10, 2020

Address: TBA

Why You Need To Go: Indulge in all-you-can-eat samples at this delicious event featuring Toronto's top chefs.

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*This article has been updated. 

Madeline Forsyth
Ontario Associate Editor
Madeline Forsyth is an Associate Editor for Narcity Canada’s Ontario Desk focused on Toronto restaurants and is based in Toronto, Ontario.
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