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Toronto Food Events: Global Sauvignon Blanc Day, Bloggers Who Brunch, TUM, Brewer's Backyard

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

  • John and Sons Oyster House (1 Balmoral Ave.) celebrates Global Sauvignon Blanc Day today, Friday, May 16 from 2pm to 5pm with wine tastings with Andrew Von Teichman of VonTerra Enterprises and guest Brooke Langelius, a winemaker from St. Supéry Vineyards & Winery from Napa Valley.
  • Fat Girl Food Squad presents Bloggers Who Brunch on Saturday, May 17 at The Libertine (1307 Dundas St. West). Geared towards bloggers, writers, photographers and freelancers, the midday meal will feature a $25 prix fixe menu.
  • The Toronto Underground Market is on at 99 Sudbury this Saturday, May 17 from 5pm. Tickets are still available for $15 online.
  • Brewer's Backyard celebrates the long weekend with a special Queen Victoria's Secret edition on Monday, May 19th at the Evergreen Brick Works (550 Bayview Ave.). Sawdust City, Oast House and Amsterdam will supply the suds, while FeasTO, Sugar Pie Honey Bunch and Royale Popcorn Company will offer food from 11am to 4pm. Admission is free.

UPCOMING

  • Toronto Wine & Spirit Festival teams up with the Redpath Waterfront Festival June 19-21 at Sugar Beach. The outdoor event will feature wines, spirits, craft beers and ciders, plus food from Toronto chefs and restaurants. Tickets are $21.50 online, or $30 at the gate.
  • The Leslieville Farmers' Market reopens Sunday, May 25 for its fourth summer season at Jonathan Ashbridge Park from 9am to 2pm. New vendors this year include ChocoSol, Jules Patisserie, and Niagara Try Dry fruit leathers.
  • Toronto Taste 2014 will offer 70 gourmet food and beverage stations and the opportunity to mingle with celebrity chefs by the lake at Corus Quay on Sunday, June 8 from 6pm. Tickets, available now, are $250 each in support Second Harvest food rescue programs.

Photo of TUM by Tracy Zhang


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