Nuit Blanche - October 1 to Sunrise - Extended hours/special food stalls/etc
Please use this thread to post about any special extended hours or other food related items for the event.
Khosan Rd. is open till 2am according to their twitter for Nuit Blanche.
Food Truck Eats is at the Distillery From 8pm to 5am (you can get access at 7pm by donating $10 to Second Harvest).
Oliver and Bonancini's six restaurants offer $5 "to go" bites - from 9pm http://www.oliverbonacini.com/OurComp...
We did Nuit Blance lite this year and for food just stuck to two O&B locations close to each other.
The pulled pork poutine at O&B across from Sony Centre was incredibly awesome. We had it last year and it was decent but this was fantastic,
Meatball sub from Jump was very good too. Three balls that were a mix of lamb, pork and beef in a very fresh tasting red sauce. The house made hot sauce they had out was excellent too.
Both were an excellent value at $5 each. Two of us made a late dinner ouf of those and were too stuffed to eat dessert from Baker Street on the way home.
I didn't end up making it to Food Truck Eats and like abigllama I had the Jump meatball sandwich. I enjoyed it and thought it was worth the price for portion too. It was weird eating it in the middle of the "SOON" nuit blanche event on the Jump Patio :) I had eaten a hero burger for dinner (we had vouchers... actually, I enjoyed the 4oz burger MUCH more than their normal size burger, I will order that size next time) and there were fries included so I wasn't up for Pulled Pork but there was absolutely no line up for that or the Pork Rinds (which Biff was serving at the same spot along Yonge). I didn't try the Luma offering because they were doing the same item they did for 1000 tastes I think. By the time I got to Bannock they were closed.
Curious if anyone got to KSR or to the "battle" behind Devl's Workshop. I would have liked to go but we didn't make it to Queen West at all.. The weather got horrible and we started waiting for a street car to head over there and the security guard said no street car had gone by in that direction for over an hour! Ended up having to walk quiet a bit back to my car. Anyway, I will limit my opinions to the food (although it was a fun night overall) :)
Oh, baker street was also offering cupcakes including mini ones and 2 small pies. I had one of their pies at a past Food Truck Eats and enjoyed it. Friend had the apple pie last night.. Seemed to be holes in the filling. After I saw Baker Street offered in grocery stores it lost the appeal to me :)
Baker Street Cafe
385 Rd Richmond, Ottawa, ON K2A0E7, CA
330 King St W, Toronto, ON , CA
Does anyone know of any late night GOOD eats near Queens Park or U of T / St. Mike's campus? http://www.nowtoronto.com/guides/nuitblanche/2011/listings/listing.cfm?listingid=66103
Or zone B: http://www.faithconnections.ca/event/...