Pop-Up IKEA Café Coming to Queen St. W.

by Azzura Lalani
TheStar.com

Toronto, ON – The furniture giant IKEA is trying its hand at a pop-up café in downtown Toronto this month to show off its famous meatballs and frozen yogurt — with no assembly required.

The IKEA Play Café is opening Friday at 336 Queen St. W., and will combine shopping, playing and eating in the almost 8,000 square foot space through June 27.

It won’t be a typical café, however. Instead of lattes, croissants and sandwiches, it will offer frozen yogurt and Swedish meatballs, chicken balls and veggie balls, which visitors can top with different sauces and waffles, fried onions, chips, pickles or biscuits.

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