Whether it’s a sprawling airport hanger, or a cozy enclave, the grocery store in your neighbourhood will come to define your experience in your part of the city. Everybody wants to be close to those essential spots, and if you’re lucky enough to live somewhere that has plenty of options, you won’t be left out in the cold when it comes to quickly picking up something for dinner (or planning for the week ahead).
Luckily, the Junction neighbourhood has you covered with specialty grocery stores to keep your Toronto loft stocked full of options. Here are just a few of the options you have:
For Your Next Dinner Party: Junction Fromagerie
The Junction Fromagerie features an impressive roster of Canadian cheeses to compliment any dinner party. After all, it is a widely known fact that bringing out the cheese tray at your next social gathering will easily make you the talk of the loft.
For A Protein-packed Meal: Gourmeats
If you’re going to eat meat, you’re going to need a good local butcher. Thankfully Gourtmeats fills that role perfectly for people in the Junction. Their staff is known to be especially adept at suggesting certain meats, marinades, and sauces to compliment your taste and your desire for a diverse dinner of meats.
Dine and Dash: Euro Pasta Takeout
Looking for dinner without the work? Euro Pasta Takeout offers a selection of readymade dinner options for you to swing through, pick up, and head home with a full stomach clearly on the horizon. The store also features multiple european goods to compliment any meal, whether that evening or further along in the week.
Rounding Out An Evening: Delight
You have to have a place in your neighbourhood that you can turn to when you’re looking to sweeten things up, don’t you? Delight in the Junction has you covered, with a mouth-watering selection of chocolates and sweets to ensure that every one of your meals ends sweetly.
While you’re out and about, on the streets of the Junction, you should be filling up on all of the options the neighbourhood has to offer. Chances are you’re going to have people lining out the door to visit your new Toronto loft, so you’d better make sure you have enough food for company, too!