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Toronto getting another new food market this summer

If you're yearning to dine al fresco in Toronto all summer long, don't worry because you have plenty of options all over the city. Sure, you can head to a patio, but there are lots of pop-up eateries as well, including the Front Street Foods Market at Adelaide Place and the Union Summer Market. And a smaller new venture is also joining the fray, this time in Kensington Market.

You'll be able to find EATible outdoors in the parking lot behind the current indoor market 214 Augusta Avenue.

Here's the list of confirmed vendors so far:

The market will run for six weekends, including on two Pedestrian Sundays, in July and August from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. The dates are as follows: July 23-24, July 30-31, August 6-7, August 13-14, August 20-21 and August 27-28.

Photo of La Fiesta by Hector Vasquez.


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