Late night eats Nuit Blanche 2013
Late night eats at Nuit Blanche are a crucial part of the all night art adventure. Spend enough time walking around and trying to sound smart about the various installations and you're going to develop an appetite. In the early days of the event, your options for food at 3am were frustratingly thin. One can only imagine what it was like to work at the Lakeview on that shift. Shudder. Nowadays, on the other hand, we're spoiled with choice. This is mostly on account of the rise of food truck culture in Toronto — mobile eats being perfectly suited to an event like Nuit Blanche — but also thanks to various restaurants that have ceased to be so prudish about their hours.
Your handiest on-the-fly guide to track what's open late during Nuit Blanche is our Bars, Pubs and Late Night Eats iPhone app.
And if it's specifically mobile eats that you're after, check out the Toronto Food Trucks app.
If it's all-night eats that you have in mind, then check out our guide to 24 hour restaurants in Toronto. Oh, and don't forget the booze. These 20 establishments will be serving until 4am on the so-called white night. Chinchin.
REST STATIONS / FOOD TRUCKS
Albert Street (at Bay Street, north of Queen Street West)
King Street West (between Bay Street and York Street)
Grosvenor Street (at Queen's Park Crescent East, between Wellesley Street and College Street)
Armoury Street (at University Avenue, between Dundas Street West and Queen Street West)
POP-UPS AND VENDORS
Johnnyland and Market 707 are teaming up to give the city of Toronto a one of a kind street food, music and art festival: /Johnnyland Submerged @ Market 707/ : Market 707 vendors as well as the following food trucks will remain open all night long: Food Cabbies, Kevin's Burger Obsession, Beaver Tails, Rome'n Chariot, The Feisty Jack, Choco Churros.
LATE NIGHT RESTAURANTS
West Queen West
University and Dundas
Yonge and College
Yonge and Bloor
St. Clair West
Compiled by Julia Stead and Derek Flack.
Photo of the pulled pork sandwich from Urban Smoke
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