Thursday, 12 December 2013

Loews Toronto Christmas Market


Do you ever get a little nostalgic when watching movies or looking at photos from “Christmases long long ago”? It’s easy to become indifferent about Christmas in the haze of mega-mall shopping and freezing cold temperatures that can leave your spirit meter depleted. Toronto offers the perfect remedy to your blue Christmas with the Loews Toronto Christmas Market.

 

The event recreates a European Christmas market complete with hanging lights, an absolutely massive Christmas tree, live music, a bevy of vendors, comfort food and festive beverages; all amongst the perfectly rustic setting of Toronto’s historic distillery district.



We managed to catch R&B artist Jully Black on stage while sipping Mill Street beers and hot mulled wine by open fires. Delicious aromas of poutine, schnitzel, churros and other treats mingled with the smell of the rustling wood fires to make it a truly sensational event.


The market runs from November 29 – December 15. Make a point to attend as it’s guaranteed to get you in the spirit of this amazing season.


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