Fall food festival

The top 5 food festivals in Toronto this fall

Fall food festivals in Toronto will help you stock up for the upcoming colder months with gourmet foods, lots of chocolate, and beer. Embrace your inner squirrel and burrow into winter with these major, multi-day food events.

  • Festivals
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
    • October 9
      Knishes, hot smoked meat sandwiches, bagels with shmear and lox... This is Toronto's Jewish food festival, which also features a vendor marketplace.
      Artscape Wychwood Barns
    • October 20-22
      The cask-conditioned beer fest returns this year with over 400 beers and ciders served for three days at the Brick Works. This year, New York City has been chosen as the featured regional beer producer.
      Evergreen Brickworks
    • October 28
      What might be North America's biggest baking and sweets event, this show takes you on a gourmet grand tour of the most delectable and toothache-worthy trends in the world of baking and beyond.
      International Centre
    • November 1-30
      The Toronto Chocolate Festival celebrates its 12th Anniversary this year. There are chocolate-themed events happening all over the city for the entire month including the Chocolympics and the Chocolate Ball. 
      Multiple Venues
    • November 16-19
      This is a four-day event showing off products from global wine producers as well as importers, exporters, bakers, confectioners, butchers, caterers and restaurants.
      Metro Toronto Convention Centre
    Lead photo by

    Hector Vasquez at Cask Days

Lead photo by

Hector Vasquez at Cask Days


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