Get ready to go shuck yourself, Toronto!
The Ontario Oyster Fest, returning to Toronto this month, is the perfect opportunity to celebrate summer seafood including briny little bivalves.
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Taking place at the Oyster Garden (aka patio) at Rodney’s Oyster House, this event starts at 1 pm on Sunday, July 21.
The food fest will feature $5 drinks and oysters (served five at a time), along with lobster ($25 each) and other delicious seafood-centric foods price for $10 or less.
And side from knocking back half shells in the sunshine, attendees can watch as Ontario’s best shuckers compete to represent the province at the Canadian Shucking Championships.
Plus, there will be a live auction, live music, and dancing in support of the Ecology Action Centre.
Entry tickets, available online, not only get you into the festival but also include two drinks and one plate of oysters to wet your whistle.
When: July 21, 1 pm to 10 pm
Where: Rodney’s Oyster House, 469 King Street West, Toronto
Price: General admission is $35 in advance, $45 at the gates.