Toronto Food Events

Toronto Food Events: Voodoo and Haggis, Group of 7 Chefs, Kentucky Derby Hat Party, TUM, Cinco de Mayo

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

  • The Toronto Underground Market returns to the Evergreen Brick Works (550 Bayview Avenue) on Saturday, May 4th. The May line-up includes new and returning vendors like Little Tomato Catering and Bam Bam Burrito.
  • Sauce on the Danforth (1376 Danforth Avenue) hosts a Kentucky Derby hat party featuring tea sandwiches and mint juleps, starting 2pm on Saturday, May 4th.
  • Tickets ($40) are still available for the next supper club at The Depanneur (1033 College Street) dubbed Voodoo + Haggis. Scottish and Haitian traditions provide inspiration for this fusion dinner happening Sunday, May 5th at 7pm.
  • Asada Mexican Grill celebrates Cinco de Mayo with a live mariachi band and the launch of their newest secret menu item.
  • Also in celebration of Cinco de Mayo, The Drake Hotel (1150 Queen Street West) is doing $5 tacos, tequila cocktails and a Sky Yard from noon until 6pm.
  • For more Cinco de Mayo events, check out our roundup post
  • The 1st ever Pogo Jump Up, Throwdown takes place this Sunday, May 5th at Rock Lobster Food Co. (110 Ossington Avenue). The sold-out competition will pit top Toronto kitchens against each other in a battle of sticks, proteins and batters.
  • ChowBella is offering a tour of Liberty Village: Past and Present on Wednesday, May 8th. The four hour walking tour costs $65 per person and will stop in at 5+ local destinations including a Parisian-inspired bistro, a chocolate confectionary and local Ontario cheese shop.

UPCOMING

Photos by Jesse Milns


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