Friday, 31 July 2020

Belgian Moon, Stackt Market, Toronto, ON

Gord and I walked to Stackt Market this afternoon.

Stackt Market is on a previously vacant 2.6-acre plot of city-owned land at Front Street and Bathurst Street and has a two-year lease on the land. It opened about a week and a half ago and businesses will fill about 120 containers offering various goods and services. More than one business can operate out of the same container, which range from 140 to 1800 square feet. The market offers leases to tenants ranging from as little as two days to 18 months.

We had lunch on the patio at Belgian Moon.  Because of COVID, the beer hall isn't open.  When we arrived, we had to sanitize and sign in.

I'm not a fan of wheat beer but the mango wheat beer was tasty.

Gord and I both ordered fried chicken.  He's met friends there a couple times lately for lunch and raved about the chicken.  And it was really good chicken.  The coating was crunchy and the chicken was hot and juicy.  There was hot sauce on the side.  For sure I'll get it again.

They also have sangria so I had a glass of blueberry sangria and tropical (pineapple) sangria.  Both were tasty and refreshing.

Dylan was our server.  He was friendly and took good care of us.

1 comment:

Teresa said...

Nice to have so many things to do. Food looks good.