It’s becoming an annual tradition and one of the most anticipated food festivals in Toronto: The Stop’s Night Market returns at a new location on Sterling Road on June 14-15, 2016. This weeknight market features 70 local chefs offering their latest culinary offerings to adoring fans, 20 beverage vendors and 35 one-of-a-kind food carts.
The Stop’s Night Market is not only a dazzling culinary feast, the event raises much-needed funds for The Stop Community Food Centre’s critical programs.
Some of the participating restaurants include Barque, El Cabalito, Hawthorne, The Tempered Room, Nacho Bar, Lindsey Bates, Dailo, Gusto 54 Catering, Boralia, A3 Napoli, Dundas Park Kitchen, Underground Chef Co., Mata, Rose and Sons, Oyster Boy, Hopgood’s Foodliner, FeasTO, Maizal, Torito, Delica Kitchen, Scout Canning, Branca, Enoteca Sociale, The Commodore, Providore Catering, and Blue Goose Pure Foods.
Enjoy beverages from the following vendors: Muskoka Brewery, The Living Vine, Hidden Beach, Beau’s, Tawse Winery, Aviation Gin, Dillon’s Distillers, Norman Hardie, Great Lakes Brewery, and Reunion Island Coffee.
The Stop Community Food Centre works to increase access to healthy food in a manner that maintains dignity, builds health and community, and challenges inequality. Neighbours participate in a broad-range of programs that provide healthy food, foster social connections, build food skills, and promote engagement in civic issues. Underlying all of The Stop’s efforts is the belief that food is a basic human right.
Tickets for The Stop’s Night Market are $100 and can be purchased online. The Stop’s Night Market takes place at 158 Sterling Road on June 14 and 15, 2016 from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.