Union Summer Brings Culinary Delights to the Downtown Core

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With almost 200,000 people passing through Union Station every single day, the summer can be a busy, traffic clogging mass of chaos for commuters, tourists and locals. However with the launch of Union Summer on June 27th, that Toronto hub is about to get a lot more cooler.

Fresh off the success of last year’s market place and taking over Sir John A. Macdonald Plaza on Front street, Union Summer brings together culinary favorites; over twenty different places like Fancy Franks, Momofuku, and the Carbon Bar, rotating mobile carts offering up anything from candies to flowers to popcorn, and a main stage showcasing daily entertainment and local talent.

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With P&L catering offering up cider, beer, wine and other lofty libations Thursday thru Sunday on their licensed patio long commutes will suddenly seem less harried and traveller’s pouring from the station will get an accurate first impression of Toronto being an outstanding culinary destination.

Running for 70 days from June 27th to September 5th, Union Summer is the perfect event to people watch, try new foods and meet up with old friends while enjoying Toronto at its summery best.

For hours and vendors check out their website for up to date information.

 

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