Things are heating up in Toronto these days! So when you want to cool off, do so with a refreshing beverage from NOMAD Toronto. This van life-inspired travelling pop-up is serving sips of summer and major nostalgic vibes. Who doesn’t love a cocktail on wheels??

So NOMAD is a fun-loving mini van from way back in 1973. The vintage aesthetic and layers of history behind this thing make it the ultimate foodie attraction. It’s being run by popular Toronto restaurant Pastiche, and it’s serving up delicious tastes of serendipity.

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So what exactly does this menu entail? Let us break it down for ya. If you’re lucky enough to come across the NOMAD truck, you’ll be able to enjoy a selection of refreshing options. For drinks, they’ve got boozy options like the Bohemian RhapsoTEA, Boozies, and the Pain Killer (rum served in a coconut). Plus, non-alcoholic options like fresh coconut water and a virgin pain killer.

They’ve even got tasty eats like the Muffuletta – a traditional Italian sandwich made with artisanal bread and topped with fresh mozzarella, roasted red peppers, sliced salami, arugula, olive salad, and fig jam. Is your mouth watering too?

The NOMAD truck is currently wandering around Toronto with eats available select weekends in the city. For social-distancing purposes, you can place a pre-order ahead of time through their online platform. Most recently, they’ve been spotted at Trinity Bellwoods, but be sure to follow along on Instagram to catch their next location.


Where: “Wandering Afloat, Toronto”