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- Soupalicious is on this Sunday, Sept. 25 at Artscape Wychwood Barns. Tickets are $22 at the gates.
- Farm to Fork On Common Ground is this Saturday and Sunday from noon to 6 p.m. daily. The festival at Fort York is free to attend and will feature heritage apple pie making workshops and biodynamic wine tastings, musicians, speakers, organic food and beverage vendors and a farmers' market.
- Head to Wenona Lodge on Sunday for the Monthly AYCE Pig Roast: Tamshire Editition. The $35 dinner will feature all-you-can-eat pork with your choice of two sides and a pint of Steam Whistle or Sawdust City Lone Pine IPA.
- Speaking of pig roasts, Great Lakes Brewery will host its first annual pig and corn roast as part of Toronto Beer Week celebrations. Admission is only $5, which includes food and entertainment. Beer is $5 a glass.
- Sahtain! Palestinian Brunch takes place at District Oven on Sunday, from 11 a.m.. The buffet-style brunch is $25 and is part of the programming for the 9th Toronto Palestine Film Festival.
Toronto Restaurant Openings: Planta, Calii Love, Fuel+, Kitson and Co. Sandwiches, Paramount Fine Foods
- Planta is now open at 1221 Bay St. The new restaurant from The Chase Hospitality Group, helmed by chef David Lee, serves a plant-based menu featuring dishes like coconut ceviche, watermelon poke and carrot hot dogs.
- Calii Love is now open for business at 367 King St. W., and serves up coffee and poke bowls
- Fuel+ is up and running in the Canary District at 469 Front St. E. Find shakes, butter coffee and cold pressed juice on the menu.
- Kitson and Co. Sandwiches has its grand opening on Saturday, Sept. 24 at 1205 Queen St. W.
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