What’s on the menu at the Winter Village, Evergreen Brick Work’s festive outdoor market

What’s on the menu at the Winter Village, Evergreen Brick Work’s festive outdoor market

Evergreen’s Winter Village kicked off Dec. 10, transforming the Brick Works into a festive foodie wonderland. From now until the end of February, visitors can grab something to eat from one of the many food stalls and enjoy it (along with a boozy beverage) beside a crackling campfire. Here, a closer look at some of the current vendors and what they’re serving. See Evergreen’s website for the full lineup and hours.

Heirloom

A jerk fried chicken sandwich with homemade jerk sauce and pickled cabbage slaw, served on a brioche bun. $10. 416-895-0524, heirloomtoronto.com
 

Little Fin

A New England–style lobster roll, served on a sweet potato bun with cucumber, celery, mayo, Worcestershire sauce, lemon and Dijon. $9. 4 Temperance St., 647-348-7000, littlefin.ca
 

The Spicy Ethiopian

Doro wat, an Ethiopian chicken stew simmered in spicy berbere sauce and served with a hard-boiled egg, cottage cheese and injera. $12. 647-830-5994, spicyethiopian.com
 

TC’s MoMo

Vegetable and beef momos, served with a side of veggie pasta noodles. $15.50. 647-771-4148, @tctibetanmomo
 

Los Vietnamita

A pan-seared lemongrass chicken banh mi, stuffed in a soft taco shell and layered with lettuce, cucumbers, scallions, spiced crema and pickled carrots and daikon. $10. @losvietnamita
 

Raclette

Melted cheese blanketing potatoes, bread, pickles and arugula. $12.
 

Arepa Republic

A Venezuelan-style arepa rumbera crammed with pulled pork, cheddar cheese, beans and garlic mayonnaise. $12. @theareparepublic
 

Indian Street Food Co.

Chicken tikka meatballs with spinach, kale, rice and naan. $10. 1701 Bayview Ave., 416-322-3270, indianstreetfoodco.com

 

Eva’s Original Chimneys

A chimney cake, spread with Nutella and sprinkled with caramelized organic cane sugar. $8. originalchimneys.com
 

The Sipping Container

This beverage-focused booth serves cans of Ontario craft beer (with Muskoka Brewery’s suds on tap), Harvey & Vern’s Olde-Fashioned cream soda and root beer ($3), hot apple cider from Bizjacks ($3) and Harmony Organic egg nog ($3). For an extra $4, non-boozy beverages can be spiked with bourbon, whiskey or rum.