Toronto food events

Toronto Food Events: Kensington Krawl, Future Food Salon, Slurp Noodlefest, Go Gourmet

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

  • Kensington Krawl makes its way through the market on Sunday, April 14th for a three hour tour presented by Savour Toronto. Tickets are $40 and include 6 tastings from a cheese shop, cannery and delicatessen, charcuterie, spice shop and other local eateries.
  • Luma (350 King Street West) presents A Sustainable Evening with Ocean Wise and Mission Hill Wines on Sunday, April 14th at 5pm. Tickets are $150 and include a pre-dinner reception and multi-course tasting dinner featuring sustainable seafood and wine pairings.
  • The Somewhereness Wine Dinner takes place at Mercatto MaRS (101 College Street) on Tuesday, April 16th. The $40 ticket covers the four course dinner with wine pairings and can be purchased online now.
  • Brewer's Plate Toronto offers unlimited tasting from 40+ chefs, artisans and Ontario craft breweries starting at 6:30pm on Wednesday, April 17th in the CBC Atrium (250 Front Street). Tickets are still available for $125.
  • Future Food Salon Series is back on Thursday, April 18th with an evening of art, music, talk and oh yeah, complimentary cricket canapĂŠs. The evening kicks off at 7pm at Gallery 345 (345 Sorauren Avenue). Tickets range from $18 to $25.

UPCOMING

OTHER NEWS

  • The Stop's Night Market has announced it's expanding to two days when it returns to the Honest Ed's parking lot and alleyway this June 18th and 19th. Tickets will go on sale at noon on May 22nd for the $50 all-you-can-eat AND drink event.

Photo by Nate Kogan


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