Toronto Pop-ups to check out now

Who doesn’t love a good pop-up? Hurry over to one of these pop-ular pop-ups in Toronto while they’re still here, and be the envy of all your followers.

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Cry Baby Gallery – Harvest Patio

1468 Dundas St. W

www.crybabygallery.ca

Hidden behind the gallery is a heated cocktail patio, featuring spicy spiked hot chocolate and chai tea, plus cozy decor for a perfect fall evening. While you’re there, check out the current exhibits inside.

 

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YAWD by Adrian Forte

1276 Dundas St. W
www.yawd.ca

Yawd – The Jamaican patois term for “home” or “turf.” Chef Adrian Forte [cover image] brings us his modern Caribbean creations with this temporary pop-up. Featuring jerk chicken coq au vin, coconut milk bread, plantain beignets and more – plus a chef’s tasting menu dinner for two. You don’t want to miss this, but hurry – it’s only around until November 14th.

 

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Matty’s Patty’s Burger Club

923a Queen St. W
www.mattyspattysburgerclub.com

From Celebrity Chef Matty Matheson, pick up one of Toronto’s hottest cheeseburgers. Schedule your pickup time online, and choose from a simple menu of cheese and sauce smothered burgers – dig in, and keep napkins at the ready.

 

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Littlemans Kitchen – Japanese Cream Puffs

McCormick Park Cafe
www.instagram.com/littlemans.kitchen

On weekends, only a few of their delicious cream puffs are available out of the McCormick Park Cafe in Toronto’s west end. They also make special creations for their weekend offerings every so often. Stroll by on a weekend before the cafe closes for the winter and follow them on Instagram for the most up-to-date pop-ups. Stroll by on a weekend before the cafe closes for the winter.

 

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Pop-in to these pop-ups and stay tuned for more local gems.

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