Have you ever taken a walk around Stackt Market? Now that the weather is warmer, it’s a great spot to spend an afternoon right in downtown Toronto. You can shop around for new apparel, grab food, or even enjoy a cold beverage! Support the local businesses while treating yourself. It’s a win-win!
Here are stores to check out when you’re at Stackt Market.
Makeway is a store that has it all! You’ll find sneakers from Converse, Jordan, PUMA, UGG, and more, plus apparel and accessories from brands like Reebok, Canada Goose, and Reigning Champ. If you love that streetwear vibe or are a sneakerhead, you have to make a stop here.
Grab a bouquet or two! Thyme Studio is full of gorgeous fresh and dried flowers for you to take home to add some detail to any space. It’s a one-stop shop for all your floral needs and specializes in crafting stunning arrangements through seasonal florals. It offers grab & go bouquets, customizable bouquets, and Floret Boxes.
The Broadbent Sisters is run by—you guessed it, two sisters. The duo uses performance and installation to create interactive experiences that “transform everyday objects into mystical artifacts”. Take a tour of the space and see what catches your eye.
Soft Dough Co., known for their Basque Burnt Cheesecake and fluffy French Madeleine, has now opened its very first storefront right in Stackt Market. It’s become a go-to for many Torontonians and has previously been a ghost bakery until now.
The retro-looking Superette, is a cannabis store that offers cannabis as well as all of the accessories and tools you need. From browsing around you’ll also find super cool candles, merch, and more to stock up on.
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