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


Join the conversation Load comments

Latest in Eat & Drink

Plate Share in Toronto lets you borrow plates and cutlery for free

Toronto's most popular gastropub just closed its newest location

This is what this year's Toronto Christmas Market in the Distillery District looks like

Toronto Restaurant Openings: Pio Pio Chicken, On The Stick, Balena, Bawarchi, Daldongnae

Here's what people think of Toronto's first Eataly

Toronto's iconic Jewish deli is closing after 47 years

People are already lined up around the block for Toronto's first Eataly

Toronto bars are open until 4am this week