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99 Sudbury adds a new night market to its hodgepodge of occupants

99 Sudbury adds a new night market to its hodgepodge of occupants
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The restored glass factory at 99 Sudbury, once known for hosting all-night warehouse parties, has morphed into an all-purpose venue that includes a flower market, a Key West–style seafood shack and a professional Mixed Martial Arts school. The latest addition to the random mix: a night market. The weekly event, which takes places on Wednesdays from 5 to 10 p.m., is a farmer-flea hybrid with stands selling produce and food, as well as handcrafted goods like graphic tees, beaded bracelets and printed tote bags, plus restaurant pop-ups and booze stalls. At tomorrow night’s official launch party: veggies from the West-End Food Coop, beer from Beau’s All Natural and sugary, deep-fried dough from the BeaverTails truck. [Twitter]

The Night Market, 99 Sudbury St., www.NightMarketTO.com

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