The Queen Live Fresh Food Market is getting a complete revamp!
The food court across from Toronto’s landmark Much Music building last made headlines when footage of mice dining on baklava prompted DineSafe to shut down vendors on the premises.
Now, the heritage property, once home to St. Patrick’s Market, at 238 Queen Street West will finally undergo a serious transformation.
According to a new release, the space is “being reinvented, redesigned and re-purposed with a more food and hospitality-forward approach, under the new moniker Queen Street Eats.”
Michael Friedmann, Property Manager shares that “We’re aiming to significantly up the value proposition for both the tenants and the customers with Queen Street Eats– with shared dining and customer-facing amenities.”
The re-do will include new communal seating, shared washrooms, and back of house areas including cold and dry storage for a still TBA line-up of vendors.
The application process is open online now to potential food purveyors interested in retailing in spaces between 200 and 2,000 square feet… just remember that it’s Queen West, so only the “best and trendiest Eats” need apply.
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