Front Street Foods

Details of Union Station food pop-up revealed

Front Street Foods, the urban food market coming to Union Station this summer, has revealed more details about its eight week run at the newly christened Sir John A. MacDonald Plaza in front of the historic train station. Most notably, we now have a sense of the first vendors on board for the outdoor market.

So far, the participating restaurants include Fresh off the Boat, Cava, Mad Mexican, Greenhouse Juice Co, Fred's Bread, Holy Chuck Burgers, Little Fin, Bacon Nation, Hula Girl, and the ever-popular Uncle Tetsu. For a full list of current vendors, head to the Front Street Foods website.

The market will run from 7am-9pm Monday through Friday, 11am-9pm Saturday, and 11am-6:30pm on Sundays. Plans are in place for live music (characterized as "ambient" in a press release, so don't expect much percussion) and culinary demonstrations. At least a few of the vendors are expected to turn over during the July 6 to August 30 run.

Photo of Fresh Off the Boat


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