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The Best Food Markets and Halls in Toronto

The Best Food Markets and Halls in Toronto

The Best Food Markets and Halls in Toronto

Toronto's best food markets and halls are worth exploring from top to bottom, whether you're searching for the most Insta-worthy eats or inspiration for your next home-cooked feast. Located across the city, these spots offer a world of flavours and are sure to impress with an abundance of gorgeous ingredients and flavour-packed, singular dishes.

Whether you want to travel the world via fork or simply hunger for a taste of Ontario through its seasonal best, Toronto's markets won't disappoint. Head to one each week to see what sets these apart. Not only will you be able to cater to your cravings, but you'll also have plans from here into fall. Explore the city through its best food markets, and we guarantee you'll be thrilled with what you find.

335 Yonge St

World Food Market

World Food Market

For a multitude of flavours from around the world, Toronto's World Food Market is the place to go. With more than 18 vendors selling everything from dosa and falafel, to sangria and biryani, there are enough eats to satisfy, no matter what you're hungering for.

9350 Yonge St

Street Eats Market

Street Eats Market

With three GTA locations, in Richmond Hill, Scarborough and Vaughan, and another planned for Burlington, you're never too far from this food truck park paradise. And, with street eats that cover every craving imaginable, including some you wouldn't expect, you'll find a tasty range of dishes to fuel your adventures.

93 Front St E

St. Lawrence Market

St. Lawrence Market

Famous worldwide, the inimitable St. Lawrence has more than 120 vendors selling everything from game meats and the season's most fleeting produce to iconic peameal sandwiches, locally-made mustard and everything in-between. A one-stop shop in the best way possible, this is the market for anyone in need of inspiration, sustenance, or both.

Kensington Market

Kensington Market

A neighbourhood that doubles as a market, Kensington has nearly every food imaginable for sale. From high-end cheese and meat to produce, baked goods, tacos, ice cream, pizza, and more, few comestibles can't be found in this food-centric corner of the city.

1531 Eglinton Ave W

Afro-Caribbean Farmers' Market

Afro-Caribbean Farmers' Market

Located on Eglinton Ave. W., in Little Jamaica, Toronto's Afro-Caribbean Farmer's Market is scheduled to run every Sunday from July to October. Offering a range of produce from the Caribbean islands and continental African countries, this is also the spot to source baked goods, bread, fresh juices, and more from local, Black-owned businesses.

The Best Food Markets and Halls in Toronto

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The Best Food Markets and Halls in Toronto

Christine Peddie

Christine Peddie

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Toronto's best food markets and halls are worth exploring from top to bottom, whether you're searching for the most Insta-worthy eats or inspiration for your next home-cooked feast. Located across the city, these spots offer a world of flavours and are sure to impress with an abundance of gorgeous ingredients and flavour-packed, singular dishes.

Whether you want to travel the world via fork or simply hunger for a taste of Ontario through its seasonal best, Toronto's markets won't disappoint. Head to one each week to see what sets these apart. Not only will you be able to cater to your cravings, but you'll also have plans from here into fall. Explore the city through its best food markets, and we guarantee you'll be thrilled with what you find.

Kensington Market

Kensington Market

A neighbourhood that doubles as a market, Kensington has nearly every food imaginable for sale. From high-end cheese and meat to produce, baked goods, tacos, ice cream, pizza, and more, few comestibles can't be found in this food-centric corner of the city.