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- Toronto Beer Week kicks off tonight and runs until Saturday, Sept. 24. Check out the top events by day of the week here.
- Roncesvalles Polish Festival is on this weekend. Go for the food vendors, patios spilling out onto the street and live music, including an outdoor polka on Saturday night.
- Rainhard Brewing hosts a Cask Social on Saturday from 3 p.m. until the casks run dry.
- Food Truck Festival Ontario takes over Downsview Park this weekend. General admission is $12.
- Oktoberfest at Steam Whistle Brewing is on Saturday, Sept. 17. Tickets are $20 at the door.
- The 6th annual Toronto Garlic Festival is on this Sunday, Sept. 18 at Artscape Wychwood Barns. Admission is $5.
- City Cider at the Spadina Museum is on Sunday, Sept. 18 from noon until 5 p.m. Tickets are $8 in advance or $10 at the gate.
- Pawel Grezlikowski of Hogtown Charcuterie has just opened PG Clucks, a compact new fried chicken shop at 608 College St. (next to the Royal Cinema).
- Japanese street food vendor Gushi is now open at 238 Queen St. W., inside the Queen West Live Fresh Food Market.
- Fourk Restaurant inside Nightowl is now open. Find snack food like sushi sliders and bacon mac on the menu.
The restaurants, which were first announced in early 2014, took almost two years to launch, and had barely opened when ex-employees reached out to us about the property being seized.
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