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Toronto is getting a huge winter street food market

Summer markets are something Toronto does really well, but since it's bone-chillingly cold for the majority of the year, why can't we nail winter markets too? One Toronto organization is changing that.

The Winter Market at Evergreen Brick Works is launching a new street food market alongside its annual Evergreen Market and its Holiday Makers Market in collaboration with Etsy. This means there are now three different outdoors markets in one space. Best of all, they feature campfires and other activities to keep you warm while you shop.

The markets will run from Saturday, December 10 to Friday, December 23 and there will be live entertainment and lots of shopping and eating opportunities with chefs, makers and farmers on hand from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. on weekdays and 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on weekends.

The Street Food Market will feature over 20 different food stations from vendors like Burgatory, Eva's Original Chimney's, the Spicy Ethiopian and many more.

The usual weekend farmers market will also be running in the lead up to the holidays.


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