Club Monaco Features New Farmers Market On Bloor Street

This week Club Monaco unveiled a fresh new look to its flagship store on Bloor Street and we’re thrilled! The lifestyle brand has brought together local artisanal bakeries, flower shops, ice cream, organic salads and coffee to create a perfect blend of goods for beautiful outdoor Farmer’s Market experience.

This historical building has always stood out for it’s beautiful architecture and sophisticated beauty. It’s always been a favourite space of mine but aside from that, where else along this upscale shopping district can you find a pretty spot to take a break and support local?

“Club Monaco was founded in Toronto almost 30 years ago and we want to continue to give back to the city that has given us so much in shaping what Club Monaco is today,” said John Mehas, chief executive officer at Club Monaco. “The market at Bloor Street brings the best local chefs, baristas, bakers and florists to our flagship store for our customer to experience and celebrate the lifestyle of Toronto.”

The outdoor farmer’s market will be open every day until mid-fall.

Club Monaco Bloor Street Toronto


Who’s here?

Parts & Labour – executive chef Matty Matheson creates a custom fresh salad for a healthy and delicious lunch.

Boxcar Coffee – serves fresh artisanal coffees with tender love and care.

Bake Shoppe – homemade treats elevated (hello beautiful pop tarts), gluten free options also available.

Philips Ice Pops – refreshing gourmet popsicles made with real fruits, juices and herbs.

Sweet Woodruff – pick up some fresh flowers on your way from work or pick a few bunches and have them assemble a sweet hand-tied bouquet to brighten any day.

Bake Shoppe


Sweet Woodruff Club Monaco

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