Hey there, foodies! Have you heard about Pop-Ups on the Bay? It’s Belleville’s coolest initiative, brought to you by the City of Belleville, all geared to amp up the fun and food factor on our fabulous waterfront!
Imagine a place where you can relish the beauty of Belleville’s waterfront, where you can listen to live music every Friday at noon with the Acoustic Lunch series, play a round of mini-golf and savour amazing food while gazing at the picturesque Bay Bridge.
Yep, that’s exactly what Pop-Ups on the Bay is all about! Whether you’re a local or just visiting, this place has something to offer everyone.
With a range of food choices from croffles to shawarma, souvlaki to funnel cakes, your taste buds are in for a treat.
Come on down to Pop-Ups on the Bay and soak up the sun, fun, and flavours.
Check out the Welcome and Information Centre Pop-up for more details about Belleville and surrounding areas. See you there!
Where are they located?
The Pop-Ups are located in West Zwick’s Park (10 Bay Bridge Rd.).
When travelling southbound make a right turn at the lights on Bay Bridge Road before the bridge and follow the road toward the playground.
You will see a small village of colourful structures – that’s us!
What are the hours?
We are open from 11 am to 7 pm Wednesdays to Sundays from Victoria Day to Labour Day weekend.
What are the methods of payment?
Most of our vendors are able to accept both cash and debit/credit.
Is there anywhere to sit?
There are several picnic tables spread out in the park. Visitors are also encouraged to bring their own chairs or picnic blankets.
Are there washrooms?
Yes, the public washrooms in the park are open during the operating hours of the Pop-Ups and they are cleaned regularly.
Is the site accessible?
Yes, the site is accessible, although you must travel over grass to get to the Pop-ups on the Bay vendors and to the wheelchair-accessible picnic tables.
There are fully accessible washroom facilities on site.
Does the weather affect the Pop-Ups?
Unfortunately, yes. A little light rain won’t slow us down, but ongoing heavy rainfall, thunderstorms or other inclement weather will lead to closures for the safety of our vendors and the public.