Nuit Blanche late night eats

Late night eats Nuit Blanche 2014

Late night eats at Nuit Blanche are essential to fuel the all night art crawl, and luckily there's no need to stray too far from the nearest installation to find something delicious. Even at 3am, you'll be spoiled for choice with food trucks deployed to rest stops and various diners, pizza parlours and Chinese restaurants doing what they do best.

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. And if you actually want to know about the art and not the food, check out our guide to the top 30 exhibits at this year's art crawl.

REST STATIONS / FOOD TRUCKS
Queen Street West (between Bay Street and York Street)

Simcoe Street (at Queen Street West, one block west of University Avenue)

Beverley Street (at Queen Street West between Spadina Avenue and University Avenue)

Bremner Boulevard (east of Spadina Avenue at Navy Wharf Court)

Canoe Landing Park Entrance (Fort York Boulevard, west of Spadina Avenue)

Garrison Road (behind Fort York Visitors Centre)

POP-UPS AND VENDORS

  • Scadding Court (south-east corner of Bathurst Street and Dundas Street West)
    Johnnyland's music fest and Market 707 will be open all night, with 10 vendors including Bunz, Cookie Martinez, Gushi, Kanto by Tita Flips and K Food each serving up specialties while at least two stages promise live music.
  • Bellwoods Block Party (198 Walnut St.)
    A mix of music, fashion and at least some food from vendors like Delysees Patisserie will band together for this outdoor bash happening until 1am.

LATE NIGHT RESTAURANTS

West Queen West

Queen West

Dundas West

Financial District

Entertainment District

Chinatown

Downtown Yonge

St. Clair West

Know of a late night spot for Nuit Blanche? Let us know in the comments.


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