So it was my first time at Kensington Market, and can I say its quite the hidden gem of Toronto. Well not hidden per se, everyone knows about it but not all have visited this place full of life. Coupled with two camera wielding friends, we explored the Art Fair that occurred on Sunday.
For those of you who haven’t been, Kensington Market spans over the two main streets Augusta Ave and Nassau St and extends to a couple of side-streets adjacent to these two streets. The Fair was full of street displays of art, music and a bulk of food stalls. With food, I could primarily eye a lot of mexican/latino based cuisine including the titular Churros. A chocolate smothered stick from Heaven I would call it. Diabetic suicide, but so so good. Furthermore, a lot of artists set up tents and were selling their art pieces. If only I had the cash, I would have purchased a view that really caught my eye.
I will highly recommend checking this place out on a Sunday. Something or the other always occurs here on the weekend.
For now, I’ll let the gallery do the talking. Enjoy.
Location: Kensington Market, Toronto, ON
Date: 28th May, 2014