A summer evening outside enjoying all you can eat and drink from over 48 food and beverage vendors sounds pretty close to perfect to me. That’s what you’ll find at The Stop’s Night Market, an annual event that is returning to Toronto on Tuesday, June 16, 2015 and Wednesday, June 17, 2015 at 181 Sterling Road.
Some of the restaurants participating on Tuesday, June 16, 2015 include: Dailo, The Art Gallery of Ontario, Union, Farmer’s Daughter, Momofuku Shoto, Oyster Boy, Hawthorne, Gusto101, Valdez, Whippoorwill, Universal Grill, Tori’s Bakeshop, Boralia, Delice Kitchen, White Brick Kitchen, Rasa, Branca and others.
Drink vendors participating on Tuesday, June 16, 2015 include Amsterdam Brewery, Rosewood Estates, Great Lakes Brewery, Sweetgrass Brewing Co., The Living Vine, Beau’s/Woodhouse, Peak Drive, Tromba/Luxardo, Dillon’s Distillers, and Reunion Island Coffee among others.
Some of the restaurants participating on Wednesday, June 17, 2015 include Farmhouse Tavern, Richmond Station, Table 17, Blue Goose, Barque, Café Bar Pasta, Emerson, Oyster Boy, Harbord Room / THR & Co., El Caballito, Branco, Mad Maple, Hello Darling, Rose & Sons, Dock Ellis, Enoteca Sociale, Dundas Park Kitchen, Carmen, Woodlot, Sea Witch Fish & Chips, R&D and Sugar Mamma’s Mini Donuts.
Some of the drink vendors participating on Wednesday, June 17, 2015 include Rosehall Run, Lake of Woods Brewing Co., Alchemy, Muskoka Brewery, Hidden Bench, Tawse Winery, Junction Craft Brewing, Nova 7, Dolin Vermouth, Sailor Jerry and Reunion Island Coffee.
The Stop’s Night Market takes place Tuesday, June 16 and Wednesday, June 17, 2015 from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. at 181 Sterling Road.
Tickets to The Stop’s Night Market are $111.30 (includes fees) and may be purchased online.
Proceeds from The Stop’s Night Market will go to The Stop Community Food Centre’s anti-hunger and anti-poverty programs.
The Stop has two locations: one at 1884 Davenport Road where they provide a drop-in, food bank, perinatal program, community action program, bake ovens and markets, community cooking, community advocacy, sustainable food systems education and urban agriculture. the Stop’s Green Barn, located at Wychwood Barns at 601 Christie Street, is a sustainable food production and education centre that houses a greenhouse, food systems education programs, a sheltered garden, a Global Roots Garden, community bake oven and compost demonstration centre.