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06/28/2016 00:00:00 Front Street Foods Downtown Free

Last year, Front Street Foods (which started on Front Street at Union Station) quickly became a must-visit attraction in Toronto, drawing huge crowds to covet local cuisine throughout the summer months. This year, conveniently located on the 2nd floor terrace accessible directly from the street by an outdoor staircase at Adelaide Place (at the corner of York and Adelaide and also accessible from University and Adelaide), FSF will be an oasis in the city featuring pop-up vendors crafting their dishes on-site, along with craft beers and specialty drinks for attendee's immediate indulgence. Whether looking for a delectable daytime snack, or a satisfying lunch solution, or an after work bite the market will feature temptations for any palate.

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