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Toronto Food Events: NSFW Grilled Cheese Porn, Courts & Corks, Mega Ramen, Game of Thrones Feast

Toronto Food Events rounds up the most delicious events, festivals, pop-ups, winemaker dinners, supper clubs and other food related happenings in Toronto this week and next. You can find us here every Friday morning.

THIS WEEK

  • Tonight, Friday, March 21st, the drop-in dinner at The Depanneur (1033 College Street) is lovingly dubbed NSFW Grilled Cheese Porn courtesy of Dustin Jude. Oozing delux grilled cheese sandwiches are on for $12 starting at 6pm 'til they're gone.
  • Ruby Watchco (730 Queen Street East) presents the first semi-regular artisan dinner series on Tuesday, March 25th. The Norman Hardie dinner will feature a five course plated service with wine pairings for $150.
  • Shio Mega Ramen returns to Kinton Ramen (51 Baldwin Street) on Tuesday, March 25th. Finish the entire mega ramen in 15 minutes and the $30 bowl is free.
  • Courts & Corks happening Friday, March 28th at the Hot Stove Club at the Air Canada Centre will pair wine and basketball for a $99 sommelier-led wine pairing lesson and tasting plus a lower bowl ticket to the Raptors vs. Celtics game following.

UPCOMING

  • Starting April 2nd, Bar Hop (391 King Street West) is starting a monthly event wherein they'll feature five beers from a particular brewer and the brewers themselves will be on hand to chat about the beers.
  • Cote de Boeuf (130 Ossington Avenue) hosts a Game of Thrones inspired dinner on April 3rd and April 4th. Only 14 seats are available each night per night for the $175 dinner featuring 3 starters, 5 feasting courses and 3 desserts.
  • Momofuku Noodle Bar (190 University Avenue) will host Hudson Kitchen for a collaborative dinner on Sunday, April 6th. Reservations are available online and by phone now.

Photo from our review of Cote du Boeuf


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