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A Magical Holiday Forest Filled With Light Tunnels & Festive Food Is Opening In Toronto

Enjoy boozy holiday drinks & magical decor!
A Magical Holiday Forest Filled With Light Tunnels & Festive Food Is Opening In Toronto

The 6ix is getting a little taste of the North Pole with this magical new patio.

Toronto's Sweaters N' Snowflakes holiday pop-up is opening next month, and it's sure to make you merry.

The outdoor food and wine bar is located in a cozy forest of fresh pine trees, and it's brimming with seasonal treats and decor.

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The patio, which is a sister of Fall n' Leaves, features 1-km of garland, toasty fire pits, a 5-foot present, twinkling light tunnels, and more.

No holiday pop-up is complete without food, and you can indulge in all sorts of goodies fit for Santa himself.

Sip Buttery Beer Eggnog or mulled wine, and bite into some treats like Holiday Dinner Poutine or Santa's Favourite Wood Fire Pizza.

A small holiday shop will be available to browse for items like confectionary and Santa hats.

You can even book a special wine tasting or ugly sweater cookie painting.

Safety regulations including distancing, sanitization, and contact tracing are in place.

Step into a Christmas paradise at this enchanting pop-up experience.

Sweaters N' Snowflakes Holiday Pop-Up

Price: Free admission

When: December 3, 2020 - December 13, 2020

Address: 621 Richmond St., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: Indulge in all the Christmas cheer at this festive patio surrounded by trees.

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