5 food events to check out in Toronto this week: December 23 to 29

Dec 20 2018, 4:04 pm

The year is almost wrapped up. Are all your presents, though?

Don’t worry… ours aren’t either.

Go ahead and relieve the stress of all the holiday shopping and travelling with some delicious eats this week. You deserve it.

Toronto Christmas Market

 

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Sunday is the last day this year for this iconic holiday market people. This is not a drill. If you haven’t got your fill of Chimney Stax and gourmet grilled cheeses yet, you’d better hurry yourself over to the Distillery District to sort that out.

Where: Distillery Historic District
When: Until Sunday, December 23

Breakfast with Santa

 

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Enjoy a delicious breakfast, followed by arts and crafts, cookie decorating and ice cream for the kids. Santa will be arriving from the North Pole at 12:30, and there will be a special treat for those who come dressed in an ugly Christmas sweater!

Where: Joe Bird – 207 Queens Quay West
When: Sunday, December 23 from 10:30 am to 2 pm

Holiday Fair in the Square

 

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This holiday fair’s last day of the season is Sunday, so make sure you stop in for all your poutine, fudge and butter tarts before they close up shop.

Where: Nathan Phillips Square
When: Until December 23

Toronto Bar Crawl

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As a different take on Christmas Eve, you can go out and get blitzened this year. Hang out with the Bar Crawl fam and stroll into the local hangouts that are still open on this more-quiet evening. It’s bound to be a different bar experience than usual.

Where: College and Ossington
When: Monday, December 24 from 7 pm to 11 pm

Miracle on Queen Street

 

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This festive pop-up will shut down after Boxing Day, so make sure you get there while you can. The Run Run Rudolph is about to run run back up to the North Pole.

Where: 251 Queen Street West
When: November 23 to December 26

Truffle Making 101

 

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Become a truffle-master at this class, where you’ll learn the techniques, tips and tricks of chocolate truffle making including how to personalize your own creations for any occasion.

Where: The Mad Bean Cafe – 519 Eglinton Avenue West
When: Friday, December 28 and Saturday, December 29

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