The Stop’s Night Market Takes Over The Junction

The Stop’s Night Market returns in 2015 to an exciting new location: the open lot at 181 Sterling Road, in Toronto’s Junction Triangle neighbourhood.
Image courtesy of Jason Finestone

Image courtesy of Jason Finestone

  The popular fundraiser will be bringing together Toronto’s most talented creatives from the culinary, design, performance, and graphic arts worlds to celebrate diversity, community, and the power of food.  On Tuesday, June 16 and Wednesday, June 17, The Stop Community Food Centre’s most popular fundraising event will transform this now vacant lot into a bustling and aromatic market The Stop’s Night Market will feature more than 70 of Toronto’s best chefs and 39 unique food carts, each created by local design teams. The list is extensive and includes more then it’s fair share of Feast ON eateries like Farmhouse Tavern, Grasslands, Mad Maple, and Richmond Station. We can’t wait to see what the come up with! Come for the food, stay for the drinks we say — sippers being poured that night come from Hidden Bench Winery, Junction Craft Brewing, Lake of the Woods Brewing, Muskoka Brewery, Rosehall Run, Tawse Winery and more. This event notoriously sells out in mere minutes, so set an alarm in your calendar now! Tickets, each valid for one night only, will go on sale at 12PM on Wednesday, May 13 through the event website at    All proceeds from The Stop’s Night Market support The Stop’s critical anti-hunger and anti-poverty programs.

About The Stop Community Food Centre

Located in Toronto’s west end, The Stop Community Food Centre works to increase access to food in a manner that maintains dignity, builds health and community, and challenges inequality. From its origins as one of Canada’s first food banks, The Stop has blossomed into a thriving community hub where neighbours participate in a broad range of programs that provide healthy food, foster social connections, build food skills, and promote civic engagement. Underlying all of The Stop’s efforts is the belief that food is a basic human right. Event Details When: Tuesday, June 16 and Wednesday, June 17, 2015, from 7PM to 11PM Where: Vacant Lot, 181 Sterling Road, Toronto Tickets: $100 (includes all food and drink, and a $25 tax receipt), available at 12PM on Wednesday, May 13 from
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