The Stop’s Night Market’s third year started and finished with resounding success – another swift sellout, months in advance, plus massive anticipation leading up to the two-day edible extravaganza. And while it wasn’t all smooth sailing as the event kicked off, there was no complaining at the exit (except that we were all too full).
|Enjoying the evening lights in the Honest Ed's Alley|
The clouds rolled in with fury on night one, soaking the crowd with a brief but torrential downpour. Night two saw a few showers as well, but a little rain couldn’t deter the assembly of eager eaters. It certainly didn’t slow down the production lines of some of Toronto’s most appreciated eateries.
If nothing else, The Stop knows how to amass talented chefs, an engaged audience, and innovative artists in an awesome venue. What could be better? It’s in support of a good cause. Whether you knew it or not, your $65 entry fee didn’t just grant you access to an unlimited array of food and drink, it kicked back to The Stop’s community food programs.
|Hey Meatball's Saigon Sub|
|Ham Hock Terrine by Table 17|
|People's Eatery put out a Watermelon Salad w/ Feta, Mint, Avocado & Chili|
|Fidel Gastro Teamed Up with Neal Brothers for these Chip Crusted Sriracha Wings|
|Beautiful Smoked Eggplant, Cured Trout and Green Emulsion by Farmhouse Tavern|
|La Cubana's Mini Traditional Medianoches w/ Cuban Corn|
|Whippoorwill's Drool Worthy Mustard Spatzle|
|Living Wellness Put Together a Tasty Black Rice Tropical Mango Pilaf w/ Toasted Coconut|
|Yours Truly's Super Special Salt Cod Inari|
|Yours Truly Pushed the Envelope w/ Garlic Knots|
|Charlotte Langley's Perogies w/ Warm Sauerkraut and Sour Cream|
|Beef Corn Dog w/ Housemade Mustard by Snakes & Lagers|
|Maizal's Ensalade de Nopal|
|Momofuku Shoto's Seafood Ball w/ Nori and Kimchi|
|Richmond Station's Tasty Veggie Shawarma|
|See You Next Year!|