[Recap] The Stop's Night Market 2016

Sunday, June 26, 2016


On June 14th and 15th, thousands of people came together to celebrate diversity, community, and the power of food at the fifth annual The Stop's Night Market.

The vacant lot behind 158 Sterling Road was transformed into a brilliant culinary adventure with lights, photo booths, food & drink vendors, musical performances and wonderfully designed food carts made by local designers.

All of the guests, chefs, vendors, designers, sponsors, and volunteers in attendance dedicated their time and generosity in coming together to fight hunger, build hope and inspire change.

This was my first year attending The Stop's Night Market and I must say that it is one of the best food events I’ve ever been to.  Your ticket purchase includes all-you-can-eat and drink from over 70 chefs and 20 beverage vendors in attendance.

Some of the food and drink highlights:

Grilled Octopus - Citizen Catering

Jerk Chicken Bao - Patois

Fried Chicken - Blue Goose

Fried Chicken - Bar Fancy

 BBQ Wings - Smoke Signals Bar-B-Q

Choripan - Steven Gonzalez on Tour

Tuna Poke - IQ Food Co

Panko Mac & Cheese - The Dock Ellis

Vegan Donuts - Tori's BakeShop

Marinated Spring Vegetable Salad - Enoteca Ascari

 Sweet Hibiscus Soda - Reunion Island Coffee Roasters

Stout - Woodhouse Brewing 

Brussels Sprout Salad - Kanpai Snackbar

Gnocchi Fritti - Pizza Libretto

Frankies Meatballs - Bespoke Butchers

Jerk Pork with Rice & Peas - The Gabardine

Curry Fries - SeaWitch

Steak with Chimichurri - The Four Seven

Craft Soda - JUST

The event was a huge success raising $215,000 in support of The Stop’s critical food access and community-building programs.


Mission: The Stop strives to increase access to healthy food in a manner that maintains dignity, builds health and community, and challenges inequality.

For over 30 years, The Stop Community Food Centre has been at the forefront of dignified, innovative programs that provide access to healthy food; build skills, health, hope, and community; and confront the underlying issues that lead to poverty and hunger. Our wide range of programs include drop-in meals, a food bank, community kitchens and gardens, perinatal and family support, civic engagement, and children and youth education.


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