Get ready for an evening of fun, shopping and live music. WindsorEats and Outdoor Food Hall in collaboration with Emerson Supply Co, YQG Made and Interrobang Vintage are bringing back two more night markets!

WindsorEats is pausing the Outdoor Food Hall the weekend of October 8-10, 2021, giving their staff some time to celebrate Thanksgiving with family. When it returns the following weekend, get ready for some good food and drinks!

The Outdoor Food Hall, presented by St. Clair College and the Alumni Association, turns Lanspeary Park’s outdoor rink into the city’s largest patio. It features multiple restaurants and chefs all on a single menu and is licensed to serve beer and wine, too! Since the rink has a massive canopy overtop, it also protects guests from the sun and any rain, offering an all-weather patio.

The Outdoor Food Hall is a digital, contactless, cashless event. All food and drink orders and payments within the rink are completed on your own mobile device. It runs every Friday, Saturday and Sunday through to the end of October.



The patio will kick back into gear the weekend of October 15 with a night market in collaboration with Emerson Supply Co., YQGMade and Interrobang Vintage. Over 20 vendors will be on site showcasing and selling their locally made goods.

It will coincide with Wings & Whisky at the Outdoor Food Hall. All participating restaurants will be offering up their take on wings while WindsorEats serves up some great whisky cocktails. The Wings & Whisky theme at the food hall will run October 15-17. While food will only be available within the rink, drinks will be available throughout the entire site.

Then, the following week will be the final Outdoor Food Hall weekend of the season. We’ll be celebrating it in style with another Outdoor Night Market on October 22 and a Tacos & Tequila theme all weekend long.

As with any events in these wonderful pandemic times, masks and social distancing will be required on site. As it’s classified as a festival/event, proof of vaccination will be required to enter in accordance to provincial health and safety regulations.