The days of decades-old brick and mortar stores are waning, and being replaced with pop-up shops. Join the revolution and visit the must-see Toronto pop-ups of November.
Wine, cocktail, champagne and beer aficionados alike will want to make it to Toronto’s first Riedel popup which will take place at a warehouse on 3407 Yonge Street. Stemless “O” tumblers, decanters and glasses from Vinum, Vitis, the Sommelier and more will be 50-75% off. Visitors get a unique Thank You gift with their purchases.
This pop-up is more of a marathon, but it comes with its perks. Get a free pair of the famous SAXX undies, a swag bag, pre-run party, and complimentary drinks and food. The only catch? You need to complete a 2km run through the city, in your underwear. The event is a collaboration between Movember and SAXX Underwear to support men’s health. Adrenaline junkies, unite!
This curated, one day pop up spotlights craftspeople and young, local artists displaying everything from ceramic goods, woodworking items, jewelry, glass art and more. These one of a kind offerings are less contrived than many of TO’s water markets, so it’s well worth a look. Plus, hot drinks make it more exciting.
This free event lasts two days and is a premium collection of work by Toronto’s most sought out brands. Makers and designers to really rev up the holiday season. Why not support local by buying your Christmas gifts at the market this year? Check out their IG for tantalizing offerings.
When you think pop-up, maybe you automatically think artisanal candles or vintage clothing. Instead, this is a luxurious four-course, plant-based dinner complete with drinks. It isn’t just mouth-watering – it’s educational. A motivational speaker and nutritionist will be attending and speaking on the benefits of going plant-based.