Union Station food court

Union Station's new food court is finally about to open

Union Station keeps getting better and better.

Since early this year, the historic building has emerged as a hot spot for delicious eats, and commuters are about to get even more food options with a huge new food court that's set to open next month.

Union Food Court, which will span 25,000 square-feet and be large enough to seat 600 people, will soon be accessible through the GO York Concourse. 

The food court will feature 10 food vendors that'll range from your usual McDonald's and Timmy's to Toronto faves like Loaded Pierogi and  jerk chicken from Roywoods

You'll also find meals from Bangkok Buri by Khao San Road, dumplings via Shanghai 360, and Italian from Scaccia.

Designed by PARTISANS, the food court will feature some TV screens to live stream games during big sporting events. 

The food court will open at 7 a.m. on weekdays and 10 a.m. on weekends, closing at around 9 p.m. daily. 

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