Back for its fourth year, the market at Adelaide Place is now named Adelaide Eats, and will be taking place every Friday from June 14 to July 19.
Located in the outdoor courtyard of the Bay Adelaide Centre at 333 Bay Street, Adelaide Eats will be filled with dishes and delicacies designed by local chefs, restaurants, and food entrepreneurs.
From sweet and savoury, to lush and succulent, the carefully curated culinary market will be open for all to enjoy, with free admission from 11 am to 2:30 pm, six weeks in a row!
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Anticipate a new Mexican taco concept Alta Vida Cantina, Jane Tran’s Asian street food concept Chau and many more including, for the first time in their 54 year history, Golden Star Hamburgers.
These are the mouthwatering vendors you can look forward to munching on at the market.
Alta Vida Cantina — A new Mexican concept from the team behind Chula; featuring fresh colourful tacos with authentic flavours. Fresh guacamole and chips round out the taco menu.
Cassia Northern Thai — Chef Scott Roberts presents his specialty authentic Northern Thai dishes; like hand-pounded curries and salads, made with thoughtfully sourced, premium ingredients from land and sea.
Cava — Renowned Chef Doug Penfold is known for his big flavours, and that’s what you’ll find on offer with a menu featuring Spanish paellas, fresh ceviches and more.
Chau — Inspired by Asian street food from Saigon to Tokyo, Chau blends the flavours of different Asian cuisines to create innovative dishes made with local ingredients. Chef Jane Tran’s menu features items like pho banh mi sandwiches and a fully-loaded, colourful gluten-free tofu bao.
Golden Star Burgers — Consistently named a top Toronto burger, this third generation family business has been serving straight-up high-quality burgers for over 50 years.
Five Points Hot Chicken — Authentic Nashville hot chicken sandwiches so spicy, your tastebuds will be put to the test.
Kaboom Chicken — Combining traditional Korean flavours with contemporary Canadian cuisine to create approachable dishes like their crunchy Korean fried chicken and spicy gochujang rice cakes.
Parka Food Co. — This innovative vegan restaurant reinvents classic comfort food favourites with a vegetable-first, gourmet twist. Try a portobello mushroom burger or a truffle mac (‘n cheese) – hold the cheese.
STEAK by Bespoke Butchers — One of Toronto’s most respected butcher shops delivers their grass-fed PEI flatiron steak served over salad, in a bowl or on a sandwich, their house-made sausages and fresh seasonal salads, demonstrating that high-quality meat raised sustainably by local farmers does, in fact, taste best.
Tanto — This Argentine-influenced restaurant brings authentic South American flavours to you in the form of mouthwatering empanadas, sandwiches, and salads.
In addition to these fierce at-the-moment eats, the farmers’ market section will feature local goods, stock-your-fridge favourites and grab-and-go sweet treats that’ll be perfect for dessert.
Where: 333 Bay Street, in the outdoor courtyard of the Bay Adelaide Centre
When: Fridays from June 14 to July 29.