union station market

Another summer block party coming to Union Station

It's easy to fill up in front of Union Station thanks to the station's summer-long pop-up food market. But on June 18 and 19 it'll be even easier (and cheaper) to pig-out out at our city's transit hub.

That's because Luminato's throwing a Neighbourhood Food Festival on Front Street where 16 local restaurants will sell dishes for a cool $6. Parts & Labour will be on-site running the bar and DJs medicineman and Phil V will provide the tunes on June 18 and 19, respectively.

Along with eating and dancing your face off, you can see various chef demonstrations in presentations hosted by chef, speaker and activist Joshna Maharaj.

Entry's free, though you'll have to fork out cash if you want to eat. The Neighbourhood Food Festival will run from noon until 8 p.m. on June 18 and from noon to 6 p.m. on June 19.

I'd go hungry because you can expect to see food from:

Photo by Jesse Milns.


Join the conversation Load comments

Latest in Eat & Drink

Toronto restaurant devastated by fire that almost completely destroyed the place

Toronto loses iconic giant KFC bucket-turned-Tim Hortons cup that has been there for decades

10 holiday gift ideas for the food lover in Toronto

Toronto ramen restaurant has permanently closed and it's already been replaced

Jamaican patties not peameal bacon sandwiches should be Toronto's signature food

LCBO telling people to buy booze early due to a shortage

Famous Caribbean restaurant in Toronto has come a long way since its humble beginnings

Toronto restaurant known for its butter chicken has permanently closed