Spend this weekend stuffing your face! There’s no shortage of opportunities to eat fondue in a light tunnel, snack on deep fried halo-halo, or enjoy a pint or two with the ladies.
Here are all the food events on this weekend in Toronto.
This historic neighbourhood hosts this European market in the lead up to Christmas. In addition to the twinkling lights and holiday cheer, get ready to feed your face with Liège wafels, shortbread, sausages, and more festive foods.
Where: The Distillery District
When: Thursday, November 16 to Sunday, December 23 – closed on Mondays.
The four-day expo showcases international cuisine, exotic delicacies, craft beers, wines, and cutting-edge cocktails when it brings together over 100 exhibitors including some of the worlds best restaurants, food producers, brewers, vintners, and distillers showcasing 1,500 different things to eat and drink.
When: November 16 to 19
Where: Metro Toronto Convention Centre, 222 Bremner Boulevard, Toronto
Price: From $25
Manipura Doubles kicks off the weekend dishing out Trinidadian delicacies this afternoon at Left Field Brewery in Leslieville.
When: November 17, 4 pm to 9 pm
Where: Left Field Brewery, 36 Wagstaff Drive, Toronto
When: November 18, noon to 9 pm; November 19, 11 am to 6 pm
Where: 105 Portland Street, Second Floor, Toronto
Price: Admission is free.
Showcasing the luxe world of modern Chinese art and design, fashion, food and photography, this event will transform the entire third floor of the Shangri-La Hotel into an interactive exhibition and gala event complete with cocktails, curated food stations, and swag bags filled with party favours from Holt Renfrew, AGO, and more.
Canada’s all ladies craft beer festival is back! While the line-up of food and drink vendors is TBA, tickets are on sale now and include a commemorative sample glass, four drink tokens
‘Morning After’ gift bag.
When: November 18
Where: Peace & Cotton Warehouse, 500 Keele Street, Unit 101, Toronto
Price: From $35
- Toronto is getting a $5.95 All-You-Can-Eat pierogi night
- Turkducken returns to Toronto for one day only next week
- Loblaw is launching online shopping and grocery delivery across Canada