OUTDOOR FOOD HALL
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The Outdoor Food Hall at Lanspeary Park returns this weekend with traditional Birria Tacos from @ricotacowindsor!!! 🌮🌮🌮 What are #Birria Tacos, you ask? It's a traditionally sweet, sour and a pinch spicy #Mexican beef stew that's slow cooked until the beef is tender and placed inside a corn tortilla. It's oh-so juicy and delicious. You then dip the #tacos in the broth of the stew and watch yourself become addicted to the flavours. These tacos can be enjoyed in an extremely safe environment on Saturday (12p-9p) and Sunday (3p-9p) in the covered rink. #WindsorEats #YQG #WindsorOntario #yummy #foodie #food #instafood #nomnomnom
The Outdoor Food Hall at Lanspeary Park is back this Saturday (12-9pm) and Sunday (3-8pm). Three vendors will be cooking up delicious eats all on one menu for you to enjoy, including these Birria Tacos above. We are also serving up local beers and wines to enjoy with your meal.
The great thing about the Outdoor Food Hall is how safe it is to enjoy. Tables are 15-20ft apart, aisleways are just as wide and all ordering and payment is digital and contactless through your own personal handheld device.
It’s easy, seamless, safe, tasty and free to attend! While not mandatory, we strongly recommend making a free reservation to secure yourself a table and not have to wait in any lines.
ROLL AROUND FOR SOME WINE AND A FEAST
This local, provincial and national award winning bike tour has been a popular getaway this summer with social bubbles looking to have some fun and there are still a few great riding weekends left.
Enjoy at least 14 different wines and a progressive feast along the way that will leave your taste buds singing and dancing.
DISCOVER AMAZING STREET ART
Our newest tour takes you through the Windsor’s core, exploring some of the masterpieces in graffiti and street art the city is becoming known for. You’ll also make a stop to get down and dirty creating your own masterpiece with The Art Lab.
ENJOY A FARMS MARKET
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Reposted from @littlefootfoods We're getting later and later into the season, but the vendors don't stop! So many tents this week! 🙂 Pelissier @ Wyandotte from 8a-1p Saturdays thru the end of Oct! #innovationwrappedintradition #pierogi #pierogipower #pierogisnob #littlefootfoods #local #localbusiness #windsor #windsoressex #519 #519food #yqg #yqgfood #wincity #windsorhandmade #pierogiproject #locallove #givelocal #rosecityetsy @windsoreats @sbcwindsoressexh @getintheloopwindsoressex #dwfm
Head to a farmers market, support local producers and discover new businesses. If you’re up for more of an urban vibe, the Downtown Windsor Farmers Market on Pelissier is still going strong and seems to continue growing each and every week.
In the county, the Amherstburg Farmers Market takes place at GL Heritage Brewing Company and provides you the opportunity to enjoy some fresh beer to take home along with your shopping.
GO APPLE PICKING
Families are looking for fun activities to do together and apple picking always seems to be a favourite. Head to Wagner Orchards to grab some Empires and make use of the visit to also stock up on their fresh baked pies and their delicious hard cider.
You can also swing by Meleg’s Orchards, but, keep in mind that they are closed on Saturdays.