Popular Toronto Donuts (and More) Food Pop-Ups Come to Mississauga
The much anticipated Holt Renfrew has opened its doors in Square One, and along with the high-end fashion comes high-end food options. Jelly Modern Doughnuts, and Archimallows are available at Holt Renfrew to celebrate their grand opening.
Jelly Modern Doughnuts, a popular doughnut shop from out west, already has three locations in Toronto, and this is their first pop-up in Mississauga. All of their doughnuts are made from scratch, and delivered to Holt Renfrew every morning. Jelly Modern Doughnuts is known for being one the first gourmet doughnut shops in Canada, elevating our unofficial national food. Along with the high quality ingredients and care that goes into their doughnuts, they are also known for their seasonal flavours, like apple caramel, and peach melba.
Jelly Modern Doughnuts will be open in Holt Renfrew Thursday through Sunday until September.
Heading a little further West, Archimallows, from Vancouver, has also set up shop at Mississauga's first Holt Renfrew location. Archimallows specializes in artisanal marshmallows, offering a multitude of flavours like brown sugar vanilla, cherry cheesecake, peanut butter and jam, and strawberry cream. Perfect on their own, or in your Timmies, these ooey-gooey treats are all made by hand.
Archimallows will be open this weekend from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m.
For the more health conscience foodies of Mississauga, Village Juicery, a Toronto-based juice bar is also available during opening weekend celebrations. Village Juicery specializes in 100 per cent organic cold pressed juice, and offers their very own special blends of vegetables and fruit in each bottle.
No news on any future pop-up plans yet, but with this great selection for opening weekend, foodies of Mississauga should keep an eye out for more foodie pop-ups at Holt Renfrew Square One!
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