This Toronto Food Market Is Like Snacking In Santa's Kitchen & Here's A First Look (PHOTOS)

Sip festive drinks at the wine bar & indulge in themed treats. 🎅

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This Toronto Food Market Is Like Snacking In Santa's Kitchen & Here's A First Look (PHOTOS)

You can take a mini trip to the North Pole at this holiday pop-up that's filled with festive food and boozy drinks.

Sweaters N' Snowflakes is returning to Toronto on December 3, and you can indulge in a variety of themed treats while surrounded by twinkling decor.

The food market and wine bar is tucked away in an outdoor patio space, and you'll enter through a twinkling tunnel of lights that's perfect for those instagram shots.

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The space is decked out in Christmasy decor including glowing fire pits, sparkling trees, and a kilometre of garland.

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The menu is full of festive dishes, and you can eat like Santa himself. Indulge in wood fire pizzas including a new wreath pie, gingerbread fries, candy cane churros, and holiday poutine complete with stuffing and gravy.

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The holiday drinks will definitely put you in the Christmas spirit. You can sip steaming mulled wine, spiked hot chocolate, and grinch-themed sangria.

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Some of the food and drinks can be served in things like elf suits or Santa hats for some extra cheer.

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You can also book wine tastings or ugly sweater cookie painting for you and your friends.

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If you're feeling festive, you'll want to add this spot to your holiday bucket list.

Sweaters N' Snowflakes

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Price: Free admission

When: December 3 to 26, 2021

Address: 621 Richmond St., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: You'll feel like an elf at this dazzling pop-up patio complete with themed food and drinks.

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