17 Jul Everything there is to eat and drink at Union Station’s outdoor food hall and beer garden – Via Toronto Life
Everything there is to eat and drink at Union Station’s outdoor food hall and beer garden – Via Toronto Life
The Union Station Summer Market is back for its third season. The 10-vendor outdoor food hall will run daily, from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., until August 19. We popped by on opening day to take a look at some of the goods.
King West’s popular sausage hall is serving up a condensed menu with pretzels, duck fat–fried fries and a selection of four sausages (bison, Oktoberfest, merguez and kaas) at their booth. The kaas ($9.75) is a lightly smoked pork sausage stuffed with parrano cheese. Here it’s topped with giardinera and melted raclette cheese.
The poultry purveyors are selling three different sandwiches (two fried, one pulled) and a chicken gravy poutine. Here’s their OG Fried Chicken Sandwich ($13) made with deep-fried dark meat drizzled in maple honey and topped with coleslaw, banana peppers and pickles.
Union Station’s own Italian spot has a booth that offers a selection of Italian subs (meatball, eggplant parm, cold cut). They’re also one of the few stalls with salads on offer. Pictured here is their Italian Hoagie ($13) stuffed with sopressata, mortadella, iceberg lettuce, pecorino cheese, tomatoes and sweet Genoa salami.