Summer may be nearing its end, but that doesn’t mean that the fun has to stop! Club Monaco recently launched a mini farmers market outside of their Bloor Street flagship location in Toronto. The market sits right out front of the historic Lillian Massey Building, surrounded by beautiful flowers and a small collection of seating.

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The market will expose visitors to some of the best local vendors that Toronto has to offer – something the Mink Mile seems to lack. For seven days a week until mid-Fall, fresh coffee from Boxcar Social, gorgeous flowers from Sweet Woodruff, delicious baked treats from the Bake Shoppe (known for their drool-worthy pop-tarts!), ice cream from Philips Ice Pops and organic salads Parts & Labor will be available for purchase.

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The farmers market in Toronto is a first for Club Monaco though their Ste. Catherine location in Montreal also houses local book and coffee vendors in their 600-square-foot café on their lower level.

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If you’re in the area, we definitely recommend checking out the mini market, even if you’re just dropping in to stop and smell the flowers! It’s a beautiful use of space.

Will you visit Club Monaco’s farmers market?

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