Inside Early Mercy & Why You Should Go

If you missed the launch event or the @gotstyle Bond night event or even the grand opening Friday, you have no excuse. However, you still have reason enough to spend your after-work or weekend hours there. With all the hype around food trucks, Toronto has been waiting to get more accessible areas for them to park and show their craft. Wait no more. Early Mercy’s kitchen is a parking lot, and the chefs are in food trucks. This gives you a great sampling of the best of Toronto, like @TheFoodDudesTO who we experienced opening night.

If food isn’t your thing, come for the 3,500 sq ft bar area and DJ. With plenty of bar space your drink is never more than an arm’s reach away and the bar staff is always willing and ready to mix you that next cocktail (including rusty nails – who orders rusty nails?).

I’m also really excited about their patio in the summer, it’s a huge space with no sun obstruction. Can’t wait for the patio launch party – a welcome thought as we head into winter.


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René Samulewitsch @VIPRene is a globetrotter with a hunger for adventure, but at heart, he will always be an urban tourist with big love for Toronto. When not busy with his day job as a PR strategist, he spends his time exploring the city’s culture and entertainment venues. Rene has a passion for sharing experiences, and truly believes in the power of word of mouth. Favourite place in Toronto: Kensington Market in the Summer as there’s always something new to discover. Queen Street for the urban vibe and King Street to let loose and party.

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