Get ready to be wowed by Toronto’s ultimate culinary hotspot, Waterworks Food Hall. This long-awaited project aims to be open this June. Nestled in the heart of King West, this gem celebrates the city’s food scene within a gorgeously restored heritage rebuild.

Waterworks Food Hall

The sprawling 55,000 sq. ft. space has been lovingly transformed into a European-style food haven by Woodcliffe Landmark Properties. With over 20 food stalls serving up global delights like Aburi Sushi and Musoshin Ramen, plus beverage brilliance from Grape Witches and Civil Works, every craving will be satisfied.

Naturally, private event spaces are a fitting touch, and here, it spans 12,000 sq. ft. Events in Toronto will never be the same!

Standalone stunners like Susur Lee’s Lee Restaurant and downtown’s first non-alcoholic bottle shop, SOBR Market provide anchors for repeat visits.

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Susur Lee is bringing his sexy slaw (and other talents) to Lee Restaurant

Get ready for a feast for your eyes too, thanks to stunning designs by Cecconi Simone, Design Agency, and Futurestudio, complemented by captivating artwork curated by Studio Ninth.

After years of globetrotting inspiration, Waterworks Food Hall promises a culinary journey like no other. From London to New York, they’ve gathered the best to create a cultural landmark right here in Toronto.

So what’s on the menu? Think flame-seared Temaki sushi from Aburi Sushi. Or how about lip-smacking deli treats from Dave’s Genuine Deli? Of course, gourmet burgers galore from Harry’s Charbroiled. Either way, wash it all down with a Waterworks x Burdock beer or a natural wine delight from Grape Witches.

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Harry’s Charbroiled

And forget the hassle of ordering—the innovative platform makes it a breeze to grab goodies from multiple vendors in one go, with alerts for pickup and drink delivery straight to you.

More Reasons to Visit Waterworks Food Hall

The restoration of the original 1932 “Great Hall” is a triumph in itself. With Diamond Schmitt and ERA Architects at the helm, the space retains its historic charm while boasting modern marvels like massive skylights and reclaimed wood mosaics.

Waterworks Food Hall isn’t just a place to eat—it’s an experience. Nestled within the larger Waterworks development, promising even more excitement with a YMCA and condominiums coming soon. Get ready to eat, drink, and be amazed! 🍔🍣🍷

Lead photo of Waterworks Food Hall by Steven Evans.

Waterworks Food Hall is located at 499 Richmond St. W. Be sure to follow them @waterworksto