winter night market toronto

Night markets in Toronto this winter

Winter night markets in Toronto are a bit of a magical thing since most of them end up being parties in the end. You can shop and meet with local artisans, all while snacking and sipping on a few cocktails. It's a far different shopping experience than a trip to the mall, which is why it's so much fun.

  • Can't miss markets and pop-ups
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    • February 3
      Shop, eat, dance, drink, party or just hang out late at this winter nighttime market featuring indoor food truck pop-ups, a bar with spiked punch, DJs and and an endless list of talented vendors. It's like the ultimate late night shopping party.
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    • February 8
      Get all your Valentine's or Palentine's Day shopping done in one shot at this market packed with local handmade products, artisans, designers, collectables, snacks and a bar in the next room to keep you refreshed. Admission is free.
    • February 16-17
      Clothing, jewelry, home decor, bath, beauty, and food are brought together at this local night market inside The Den at Bathurst and College. There's also a bar, DJs and the change to hang out and network with local makers.
    Lead photo by

    Jesse Milns at the Gladstone

Lead photo by

Jesse Milns at the Gladstone


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