The Stop Night Market

25 snapshots from The Stop Night Market

The Stop Night Market returned for a two-night stint this week in support of The Stop Community Food Centre's efforts to combat hunger and malnutrition in the GTA. Held in the alleyway behind Honest Ed's, gastro-nerds were free to navigate the 44 food and drink stalls, awkwardly bounce to the sounds of the live Afro-Brazilian percussion band and mingle energetically with the friendly crowd. Seeing as the $50 tickets didn't stop the event from selling out almost immediately, it seems safe to say that we'll see the Night Market again next summer.

Check out our slideshow for highlights from The Stop Night Market.

Photos by Natta Summerky


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