Yonge & Price St.
South of Summerhill station
Summerhill subway station
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If you're looking for hard to find fruits and
Wagon is a good place to start. Depending
on the season,
you will find
a wide range of rare produce, including
dates, granadillas, passion fruits...), yellow
raspberries and kiwis, kiwi-berries,
fiddle heads, many kinds of mushrooms,
cauliflowers or zucchini), and even
and vegetables are fresh and often taste
better than usual.
There is another Harvest Wagon store at
Ave. W. (at Avenue Rd.).
LATEST USER REVIEWS
From: smile for a mile
great looking store on yonge produce never looked better, staff the goldlen boys are still around the new..?????? just keep the wagon the wagon and don't turn the big box way,, ps the prepared food is great ... as the italians say a mouth of the wolf.... love it
I can't wait for Harvest Wagon to open up in it's old spot (it's soon to be new home). I was talking to Danny about the different packaging and lettuce displays but he assured me that there is no choice and that this set up is only for this temporary store. The space is too small to fit everything out at one level so they had to use different methods to run the business. But everything looks so colourful, fresh and inviting no matter how tight the space is. When you walk in those doors there is not one empty space. Picture this, you are walking into a painting that is alive. Harvest Wagon does a great job at hiding the cold and plain looking temp. store. I feel like I am in some mercato somewhere in Europe, and especially their fresh flowers right when you walk in, ah it just makes me feel special to shop in their store. I always loved them for their originality. Their displays are gorgeous, inside and out, although I have to say that I haven't seen so many flowers and plants outside this fall. Anyways, I love shopping there and will continue to do so, as long as there is parking.
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