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Mini market pops up at Bloor Street Club Monaco

Since artisanal food markets appear to be the trend du jour, it's fitting that Club Monaco opened one up outside of its store at 157 Bloor St. W. Now, you no longer need to schlep down to Union Station to grab your lunch, or a cup of coffee, in the great outdoors. You can have it all right on the Mink Mile.

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The Club Monaco Market opened yesterday and it'll run seven days a week until sometime mid-fall. It features an impressive lineup of vendors and foodstuffs including salads from Parts & Labour, upscale popsicles from Philip's Ice Pops, coffee from Boxcar Social and desserts from Bake Shoppe. Florist Sweet Woodruff will also be onsite selling flowers.

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The food options on that stretch of Bloor Street are pretty sparse, so the market now provides variety for those who don't want to dine at Holts Cafe.

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What do you think of the Club Monaco Market? Let us know in the comments.


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