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Junction Night Market

Inaugural Junction Night Market draws big crowds

The Junction Night Market debuted on Saturday night at the Junction Train Platform. The inaugural outdoor market in West Toronto attracted big crowd with free admission and the promise of $5 plates and pints. Alas, not everyone was able to get in on the fun. Those who arrived promptly at the 7pm start time were lucky enough to taste a few things but the event filled up so fast that by 8pm, it was dominated by line-ups and most of the food was gone within the next hour. This night market has loads of promise (just check out the photos), so here's hoping the next one is more crowd-friendly.

Check out all the food that you might have missed in our slideshow.


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