Best places to eat at the Toronto Christmas Market

One of the most popular kicks offs to the holiday season in the city is the Toronto Christmas Market. Guests can indulge in delicious festive favourites served by local vendors. From turkey legs to mulled wine, there's plenty to eat while you’re strolling through the market. Here are the best places to eat and drink at the 2017 Toronto Christmas Market. [Photo of Cacao 70 by Erica Salyi-Pannozzo]

Mill St Brew Pub - Toronto

21 Tank House Lane, Toronto, ON M5A 3C4

Mill St. Brewery is transforming its patio into a Beer Garden for the Toronto Christmas Market! You can expect award-winning brews, pub fare and the famous turkey leg.

Chimney Stax (Food Truck)

Toronto, ON

Chimney Stax is a hand rolled pastry that originates in Europe. The delicious pastry is rotisserie-baked and is served with sweet or savoury fixins.’ At this year’s Market expect some new holiday flavours!

Pure Spirits Oyster House & Grill

17 Tank House Lane, Toronto, ON M5A 3C4

If you have been looking forward to a glass of mulled wine all year, you’re going to want to check out Pure Spirits. Traditionally referred to as Gluhwein, wine is steeped with a blend of spices and fruit, and then served warm for the ultimate winter beverage. This year you can also try Amaula Cream Liquer. New for 2017: Reyka Vodka Ice Hut!

Cacao 70

28 Gristmill Lane, Toronto, ON M5A 3C4

Keep warm at Cacao 70 with a selection of gourmet hot chocolate. Originally from Montreal, Cacao 70 is a café that offers delicious desserts and customizable hot chocolate. It is the perfect spot to take a break from the cold and relax over a cup of hot cocoa.

Soma Chocolatemaker

55 Mill St, Toronto, ON M5A 3C4

You can grab some gourmet chocolate to go, or some holiday gifts at Soma’s flagship store. Peruse the gourmet chocolate bars, or grab some handmade truffles for the perfect sweet treat.

Jiong Tong Su

2590 Yonge St, Scarborough, ON M1V 3G4

Uncle Betty’s is selling its delicious mini-doughnuts to the crowds at the Toronto Christmas Market. There have been flavours like Maple Bacon and Cookies and Cream in past years. The mini-doughnuts are the perfect quick snack while you’re checking out the sights and sounds of the Market.

Maple Leaf Fudge

114 Queen, Niagara-On-The-Lake, ON L0S 1J0

All the way from Niagara-on-the-Lake, Maple Leaf Fudge offers its award-winning fudge to Toronto residents. Enjoy flavours like Rocky Road, maple, milk chocolate, vanilla and more!

Grabbing a meal for take-out doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice nutrition. Many restaurants and fresh food markets in Toronto understand the importance of a nutritious meal to time-deprived urbanites, and have made it their mission to provide Toronto with quick and healthy take-out meals. Grab a menu and make your choice – here are the best healthy take-out spots in Toronto. [Photo of Planta Burger by Jim Bamboulis]
Being a vegetarian isn’t always easy, especially when it comes to grabbing a quick and affordable meal. Luckily, many vegetarian and vegan restaurants have made it their mission to provide Toronto’s vegetarians with quick nutritious meals. From a vegan breakfast and lunch spot to a vegan burger spot, here are the best quick-service vegetarian spots in Toronto. [Photo of Kupfert & Kim by Jennifer D’Agostino]
Whether you prefer fruit or vegetables, there are lots of places to grab a freshly made smoothie in Toronto. Establishments across the city are making delicious blends with unique and tasty flavour combinations and energizing proteins. Here are the best smoothies in Toronto. [Photo of Kupfert & Kim by Jennifer D’Agostino]
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