They can’t keep it contained any longer.
It’s official: stackt market has opened its doors. And once you see what’s going on inside, you’ll have a whole new understanding of “thinking outside the box.”
The experiential market covers 100,000-sq-ft of land located on the previously vacant lot at Bathurst and Front Streets. And within this space, countless shipping containers are serving as restaurants, bars, and stores.
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Take a gander around the indoor-outdoor market and sip coffee, savour donuts, gaze at art, and enjoy a brew.
And make sure you take advantage of the hands-on opportunities on site, like clay pot design, podcasting, and beer and cheese tastings.
Speaking of beer and cheese — there are plenty of delicious eats around, so make sure you come with an appetite.
You’re going to leave with a full tummy… and a head full of inspiration about what can be done with shipping containers, too.
Where: 28 Bathurst Street (at Front Street)
When: Open Wednesday, April 10
Hours: Monday to Saturday, 10 am to 7 pm, Sunday 11 am to 6 pm
Belgian Moon Brewery: Sunday to Wednesday, 11 am to 11 pm; Thursday to Saturday, 11 am to 12 am