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An all things fall pop-up is coming to downtown Toronto for the second year in a row

An all things fall pop-up is coming to downtown Toronto for the second year in a row

An all things fall pop-up is coming to downtown Toronto for the second year in a row

With fall quickly approaching, it's time to break out the flannels and sweaters and grab your friends for a night filled with cider, wood fire pizza, wine tasting, pumpkin painting, pumpkin bowling, hay bale photo ops and more!

Fall n' Leaves is the latest pop-up from the folks who brought you Let's Do Summer and Sweaters n' Snowflakes. Located on the Southwest corner of Bathurst and Richmond, this will be the second year of the fall-inspired pop-up and will officially open to the public on October 1.

This ​family-friendly outdoor pop-up is partially heated and does not require advance tickets for general entry. However, to avoid long line-ups, the best way to secure yourself a table is by purchasing a ticket for their wine tasting or paint nights, where you can either taste your way through a curated selection of world-class wines, or get creative as you paint and decorate a pumpkin to your liking.

The space will be decked out in fire pits, hay bales, pumpkins, leaves and strung lighting so that you can hang out in a pumpkin patch in the middle of the city! There will also be a number of Instagram-worthy photo ops, perfect for capturing those cozy seasonal memories with your best buds.

To perfectly complement the fall vibes, there will be excellent food available cooked fresh on a wood fire bbq pit and wood-fired oven. There will be an assortment of pizzas, pasta and soups, with the option of having them served in a squash or pumpkin!

If you're feeling adventurous, you'll have to indulge in the Thanksgiving Festive Poutine with turkey, gravy, butternut squash, cheese curds and a homemade cranberry sauce. The Pumpkin Spice Brussels, charred with rosemary and red onion, and topped with balsamic glaze, is also a must-try on the menu.

For dessert, cozy up with an Orange Zest Hot Chocolate, a homemade Hot Apple Cobbler or the Apple Cinnamon Churros with some Spiked Hot Apple Cider.

Speaking of spiked beverages, their cocktail lineup will keep you coming back for seconds (or thirds)! Sip on a Canadian Maple Whisky Sour, a Red Apple and Cinnamon Sangria, a Pumpkin Spice Moscow Mule or the Thanksgiving Margarita. In addition, there will also be a rotating variety of craft, classic and festival beers available.

Some nights will have live acoustic music to put you in the fall mood, but every Friday and Saturday night after 10:30 p.m. will see the pumpkin patch turn into a dance floor with a live DJ!

Fall n' Leaves will also play host to several events this month, for which you can purchase tickets and reserve ahead of time. From October 22 to the 24, they will be hosting Oktoberfest presented by Spearhead Brewery, where you can sip some beer, munch on a bbq turkey leg and dance (or yodel) the night away.

Looking for something to do for Halloween? Book your table and reserve a spot at one of their fierce and spooky Halloween Drag Shows (from October 29 to the 31), featuring several fabulous Toronto-based queens.

The pop-up is also happy to host your outdoor socially distanced events! From birthdays to engagements to corporate events, Fall n' Leaves is happy to close their space to the public, to give you and your guests free rein to have an iconic fall-inspired evening.

Fall n' Leaves is located at 621 Richmond Street and will be open from October 1 to the 17, including Thanksgiving! Stop by Monday through Thursday from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m., Fridays from 5 p.m. to late, Saturday and Sunday from 12 p.m. to late, and 12 p.m. to 12 a.m. on Thanksgiving (October 11).

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An all things fall pop-up is coming to downtown Toronto for the second year in a row

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An all things fall pop-up is coming to downtown Toronto for the second year in a row

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With fall quickly approaching, it's time to break out the flannels and sweaters and grab your friends for a night filled with cider, wood fire pizza, wine tasting, pumpkin painting, pumpkin bowling, hay bale photo ops and more!

Fall n' Leaves is the latest pop-up from the folks who brought you Let's Do Summer and Sweaters n' Snowflakes. Located on the Southwest corner of Bathurst and Richmond, this will be the second year of the fall-inspired pop-up and will officially open to the public on October 1.

This ​family-friendly outdoor pop-up is partially heated and does not require advance tickets for general entry. However, to avoid long line-ups, the best way to secure yourself a table is by purchasing a ticket for their wine tasting or paint nights, where you can either taste your way through a curated selection of world-class wines, or get creative as you paint and decorate a pumpkin to your liking.

The space will be decked out in fire pits, hay bales, pumpkins, leaves and strung lighting so that you can hang out in a pumpkin patch in the middle of the city! There will also be a number of Instagram-worthy photo ops, perfect for capturing those cozy seasonal memories with your best buds.

To perfectly complement the fall vibes, there will be excellent food available cooked fresh on a wood fire bbq pit and wood-fired oven. There will be an assortment of pizzas, pasta and soups, with the option of having them served in a squash or pumpkin!

If you're feeling adventurous, you'll have to indulge in the Thanksgiving Festive Poutine with turkey, gravy, butternut squash, cheese curds and a homemade cranberry sauce. The Pumpkin Spice Brussels, charred with rosemary and red onion, and topped with balsamic glaze, is also a must-try on the menu.

For dessert, cozy up with an Orange Zest Hot Chocolate, a homemade Hot Apple Cobbler or the Apple Cinnamon Churros with some Spiked Hot Apple Cider.

Speaking of spiked beverages, their cocktail lineup will keep you coming back for seconds (or thirds)! Sip on a Canadian Maple Whisky Sour, a Red Apple and Cinnamon Sangria, a Pumpkin Spice Moscow Mule or the Thanksgiving Margarita. In addition, there will also be a rotating variety of craft, classic and festival beers available.

Some nights will have live acoustic music to put you in the fall mood, but every Friday and Saturday night after 10:30 p.m. will see the pumpkin patch turn into a dance floor with a live DJ!

Fall n' Leaves will also play host to several events this month, for which you can purchase tickets and reserve ahead of time. From October 22 to the 24, they will be hosting Oktoberfest presented by Spearhead Brewery, where you can sip some beer, munch on a bbq turkey leg and dance (or yodel) the night away.

Looking for something to do for Halloween? Book your table and reserve a spot at one of their fierce and spooky Halloween Drag Shows (from October 29 to the 31), featuring several fabulous Toronto-based queens.

The pop-up is also happy to host your outdoor socially distanced events! From birthdays to engagements to corporate events, Fall n' Leaves is happy to close their space to the public, to give you and your guests free rein to have an iconic fall-inspired evening.

Fall n' Leaves is located at 621 Richmond Street and will be open from October 1 to the 17, including Thanksgiving! Stop by Monday through Thursday from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m., Fridays from 5 p.m. to late, Saturday and Sunday from 12 p.m. to late, and 12 p.m. to 12 a.m. on Thanksgiving (October 11).

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Fall n' Leaves Pop-up

Fall n' Leaves Toronto