Union Summer market is hitting downtown Toronto on May 31

May 30 2019, 3:54 pm

As of tomorrow, Union Summer is back.

The open-air market situated on the doorstep of Toronto’s Union Station will be returning to the city on May 31.

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Dubbed a “summer” market, this year we’re lucky enough to see the event beginning in the spring.

Running until August 3, the outdoor marketplace promises to “showcase the best of Toronto’s eclectic culture, talent and spirit with a curated mix of local food vendors and entertainment.”

At this year’s run, you can look forward to eats from Union Chicken, Wvrst, Bangkok Buri, Cabano’s, Fiasco Gelato, Carbon Bar, El Catrin, and more.

 

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There will also be a fully licensed bar featuring a selection of sips from Moosehead Breweries.

In addition to eating, Union Summer will feature free daily programming on the TD Stage, showcasing local artists and cultural organizations. You’ll be able to chill out with mid-day performances at lunchtime and wind down with evening shows.

Wednesday night outdoor film screenings will feature current and classic flicks, too.

 

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The market, Presented by TD, will run Monday through Sunday between 11:00 am and 9:00 pm, but keep in mind that Friday and weekend hours will vary.

Get ready to watch this commuter’s hub turn into a relaxer’s paradise.

Union Summer Market

When: May 31 to August 3
Where: Union Station – 65 Front Street West