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88 late night eats in Toronto for Nuit Blanche 2018

Late night eats at Nuit Blanche will keep you fuelled up during the witching hours of this annual art crawl. This year's edition will see a few special food events in and around the top exhibits, plus Nuit Blanche's first-time entry into Scarborough means an excuse to head near STC for some of the area's best 24-hour spots.

Here's your guide to late night eats available during Nuit Blanche this year.

Food Trucks

As usual, there'll be food trucks slinging cheap quick eats at the main event centres all night long in partnership with Nuit Blanche. 

Nathan Phillips Square
Scarborough Town Centre
Festival Food Pop Ups
International Dumpling Festival

This public food court-meets-art installation by Canadian artist Ken Lum is taking over the little side street running between the Eaton Centre and Old City Hall with dumplings from all over the world.

Partnering with six different vendors, expect dumpling variations from vendors like TC's Tibetan Momo, Kiza Restaurant, Patty King Bakery, and Mis Amigos Festival Catering.

Drake Commissary

With Sterling Road installations at the newly-opened MOCA, Double Happiness Project and by the Drake Commissary, the latter will be running a fried chicken stand and satellite bar outside the restaurant (inside is closed for a private event) until 2 a.m. 

Satisfy your cravings this weekend with a big meal from Chimac, open until 2 a.m. Photo by Hector Vasquez.

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Restaurants

Whether you're looking for late night Chinese food, burgers, or 24-hour joints, there's no shortage of options in almost every neighbourhood of the city

Open until 2 a.m.
Open until 3 a.m.
Open until 3:30 a.m.
Open until 4 a.m.
Open until 5 a.m.
Open until 6 a.m.
Open 24 hours

Lead photo by

Matt Forsythe of Pancho's Bakery


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