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Toronto Food Events: Holiday Turkey Pie, 12 Beers of Christmas, The Art of Whisky, Holiday Harvest Market

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.


  • The Bristol (1087 Queen St. West) hosts a Holiday Turkey Pie Dinner tonight (Friday, December 12) and Saturday, December 13. The $20 event will feature hand-raised pies baked with stuffing and topped with cranberries, plus all the fixin's.
  • Don your best ugly sweater this Saturday, December 13 for the 12 Beers of Christmas at the Gladstone Hotel (1214 Queen St. West). Cover at the door is $10 for unlimited beer tastings, snacks and holiday hits.
  • The Stop's Holiday Farmers' Market is on this Sunday, December 14 at Steam Whistle Brewing from 11am to 3pm. Stock up for the holidays from vendors like Chocosol and Monforte Dairy.
  • YamChops (705 College St.) hosts an evening of vegan wine and food pairings with A Vine Romance. General admission is $52.25 and includes a lineup of 10 wines to taste along with vegan canapĂŠs.
  • Newly opened Parlor Foods (333 King St. West) hosts a Holiday Harvest Market on Sunday, December 14 from 10am to 3pm. The brunch menu will be on offer, along with house-made food items for sale including pickles, preserves, holiday loaves and more.
  • The Art of Whisky Workshop at MOCCA (952 Queen St. West) takes place Monday, December 15. Learn about the distillation process, what makes a great whisky and how to taste it from Toronto Distillery co-owner Charles Benoit.


  • Early bird tickets ($100) are available now Food Share's annual fundraiser, Recipe for Change, happening on Thursday, February 26 at St. Lawrence Market North Building. The event will feature 30 chefs, four craft brewers and two wineries.
  • King Catering presents a Caribbean Holiday Pop-Up Taster at The Ballet (227 Ossington Ave.) on Saturday, December 27 from 7:30pm to 10:30pm. Enjoy five courses of Caribbean cuisine including callaloo soup, tropical bruschetta, jerk pork ravioli, fried breadfruit with Trini meatballs and coconut sorrel mousse to finish. Tickets are $25.

Photo via Parlor Foods on Facebook.

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