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The Toronto Society of Architects’ Gingerbread City is a fantastical metropolis where you can eat the walls and taste the lamp posts. Back for a second year, this year’s city is filled with unique creations built by architects, bakers and clever place makers including flavourful student residences, tasty Victorians, and freshly baked parks! You will even find some edible renditions of our city’s most recognizable landmarks and delicious inspirations from cities far away.

This year, Gingerbread City has both an online component with a virtual exhibit featuring all 14 edible creations, and an in-person showcase with a selection of this year’s submissions on display at The Maker Bean Cafe at 1052 Bloor Street West (window display and throughout the cafe).

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