Toronto’s 420 festivities have a new home this year so you’re all forgiven in advance if you find yourself disoriented and suddenly super snackish.
Here’s where to find munchie-satisfying snack foods that are all within walking distance of Nathan Phillips Square.
Assembly Chef’s Hall
Re-up on rolling papers from Tokyo Smoke, enjoy a rainbow latte from Bulldog or just wrap your mouth around a Nashville Hot Chicken sandwich from Love Chix. This upscale, chef-driven food court has something for everyone.
Address: 111 Richmond Street West, Toronto
The location at the Toronto Eaton Centre is in close proximity to the 420 celebrations, they serve epic soft serve AND you can relive your teenage years as a glossy-eyed mallrat while you’re there.
Address: 220 Yonge Street, Toronto
Bespoke bubble tea is what this place is all about! Build-your-own ideal refreshment in the lab-themed bubble tea parlour where you can customize sweetness, flavour shots, and add-in jellies on display in test tubes and Petri dishes.
Address: 717 Bay Street, Toronto
iPad menus and food delivered via monorail (YES! MONORAIL) means minimal interaction with the wait staff, which means you can stuff your face without feeling paranoid that they totally can tell how baked you are.
Address: 21 Grenville Street, Toronto
It’s not just the epic burgers that makes this burger joint munchie-central but also massive piles of poutine and specialty milkshakes! Whether mowing down on double cheeseburgers or six-patty topped monstrosities, you’re going to want to wash it down with a cold, thick PB and Jelly shake.
Address: 1450 Yonge Street, Toronto
Melt into the vinyl booths, stuff your face with pancakes and pie – SIMULTANEOUSLY! This old-school diner is the perfect place to satisfy the munchies and there are three locations all within walking distance of City Hall.
Address: 200 Victoria Street, Toronto
Address: 33 Yonge Street, Unit 104, Toronto
Address: 20 College Street, Toronto
Divided between pizza AND poutine? Located just steps from Toronto’s 420 festivities, this restaurant can satisfy both cravings at once with its signature Roast Duck Poutine Pizza.
Address: 401 Bay Street, Toronto
Personalized, personal-sized pizzas… if you’re looking for an outlet for cannabis-fueled creativity, try designing a pie with the perfect combination of toppings and then ponder your ephemeral artwork while you eat it.
Address: 10 Dundas Street East, Toronto
$5 snack foods! No really, this Thai snack bar (located above Khao San Road) offers a menu of $5 bites including Bangkok caramel corn, spring rolls, and skewered delights.
Address: 11 Charlotte Street, Toronto
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