On Saturday morning, we skipped the tie-breakers and headed to St. Lawrence Market for some exploration and some lunch. We had been to the market briefly when we visited Toronto before we moved here but hadn't spent much time there since so we decided to properly explore the market this time around.
On Saturday, we visited the South Market which hosts over 120 vendors on the main and lower floors with everything from fresh fish and vegetables, to a vendor that exclusively sells varieties of rice, to shops that seem to specialize in Canadiana baby onesies. We wandered around for a while, scoping out lunch options and potential cooking utensils.
In the end, we settled on some shareable foods such as BBQ pork buns, cheese and potato perogies covered in sour cream, and a gigantic cabbage roll.
On our way out, we couldn't resist the scent of freshly baked bread and pastries, so we had to stop by to take a look... and a bite...
Although the teams we were rooting for didn't end up winning the Players' Championship, we had a lot of fun watching the games. And Sam, you're welcome back anytime... just make sure you bring some more of those cookies.
Here are a few more photos of our St. Lawrence Market adventure: