Toronto food events

Toronto Food Events: Macaron Day, Battle Offal, Yum Cha! Dim Sum, Luke Hayes-Alexander, Find & Dine

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

UPCOMING

  • The 5th annual 86D Monday Battle Offal goes down at 8pm in the lounge at The Drake Hotel (1150 Queen Street West) on March 24th. The Saint Tavern, Small Town Food Co., Citizen Catering, The Geraldine and Lamesa Filipino Kitchen will each be offering up samples of their best "blood, guts + glory" and those in attendance will vote on the winner.
  • Yum Cha! Dim Sum Fest happening Sunday, April 13th from 11am to 6pm at the Chinese Freemasons Association, (436 Dundas Street West, 3rd floor) promises 10 vendors offering innovative takes on fried and steamed dumplings, buns, and assorted small plates. Tickets are $10 and divided into two admission times presumably to avoid a scenario like this.
  • Gather the whole mishpocha (yiddish for family) 'cause Caplansky's Deli (356 College Street) is booking tables now for The Second Seder, the Jewish passover feast on Tuesday, April 15th. Two seatings are offered at 5pm and 8pm. Tickets are $49 for adults and $24 for children.
  • Find & Dine: Scavenger Hunt and Brunch, a fundraising event in support of Toronto Foundation for Student Success and Humber College, is happening throughout Liberty Village on Saturday April 5th from 10am to 2pm. Early bird tickets are available now for $35.

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