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Markets and pop-ups in Toronto this November offer a pretty even split of annual classics like the Distillery's Christmas Market as well as newcomers like the city's first Filipino food and fashion pop-up. For food lovers, the St. Lawrence night market is as big as they come.
A hallmark of the annual Toronto Chocolate Festival, the 7th Toronto International Luxury Chocolate Show brings together a variety of vendors selling and sampling fine artisan and imported chocolate products.
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DJI, a world leader in civilian-drone industry is selling the same tech used to shoot music videos, television, and film productions in this special pop-up shop inside Scarborough Town Centre. Whether you're an inspiring videographer or remote-control enthusiast, you might find something worth your while at this temporary shop.
Giving greener gifts this holiday season should be a breeze after stopping by this marketplace. Forty-five of Toronto's finest handcrafted, sustainable, eco-friendly vendors have been hand picked to bring you a day of delicious eats and cheer.
Over 300 exhibitors will be on site to present everything you need for holiday decorating, entertaining and gifting. A couple of TV celebrities are even scheduled to be in attendance, as well as a handful of "how to" workshops.
Patrons can come buy, sell, talk and trade goods inspired by the word "cute." There'll be a photo booth with props, a clothing swap station, artwork, Japanese inspired clothing and jewellery, among other adorable things.
Celebrate the holidays, Filipino-style, with Toronto's first fair trade fashion pop-up and Filipino fusion snack bar. For two days, King and Portland will play host to this unique market, which will offer curated brands designed and handmade in the Phillippines, indie Filipino music, and delicious eats from the snack bar.
Featuring over 800 makers, artisans and designers, the holiday iteration of the One of Kind Show is the granddaddy of seasonal pop-ups. New for this year, the market will stay open until 11 p.m. on one night (Thursday, November 30).
Whether you need something for dinner, a gift for a friend, a treat for someone special or simply to stocking up on essentials you can’t get elsewhere, the Queen St. Holiday Market is the place to visit.