Saturday, August 05, 2017

A Grey, Drizzly Saturday


Today after picking up our dry goods and veggies at Kensington Market Mr.T and I made our to Woodbine Park via a couple of buses and the subway. We were in search of the Food Truck Festival that I read online was somewhere in the park. After walking around south of Lakeshore Boulevard which was filled with a volleyball tournament we crossed the street to the north side of the park and discovered the Food Trucks were located on a grassy area in front of a bandstand that was hidden behind a pond with a fountain. There were a lot of food trucks, and I was hoping to see more small operations instead of some of the name brands that were there. We opted for some onion rings before walking north to Queen Street East. 


From there we walked west along Queen Street to Nathan Phillips Square to check out the Taste of India Festival that was being held there. It consisted of a few tents with really long lines and poor labeling about what was being offered. We didn't want to wait around in the lines so we walked northwest along University Avenue through the University of Toronto to East of Brunswick on Spadina. Because it was a cool, grey, day I opted for some cider, their cauliflower appetizer and fish and chips, while Mr.T had a burger and salad. It was the perfect meal after a long walk on a grey day. 

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