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Toronto Food Events: Riverside Antler Breakfast, IRIE Christmas, Chrismukkah, Yum Cha, Tin Chef

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 Riverside Antler Breakfast featuring an Irish fry-up is on this morning Friday, December 19 from 8:30am to 10:30am at An Sibin Pub (709 Queen St East). Tickets are $20 each.
  • The Real Jerk (842 Gerrard St.) is having an IRIE Christmas on Saturday, December 20 with a party featuring reggae, soca, old school, and R&B, plus a prix fixe menu featuring ham, curry goat, sorrel and rum cake.
  • The Drake Hotel (1150 Queen St. West) does Chrismukkah on Sunday, December 21. The festive fusion of holidays kicks off at 6pm and will feature a spread including prime rib, Yorkshire pudding and latkes for $29.95. Reservations are required.
  • Brassaii (461 King St. West) presents its World Famous Le Brunch, a DJ'd daytime event running from 10am to 3pm on Sunday, December 21. Expect a $45 prix fixe menu and $125 bottles of Moet and $150 bottles of Grey Goose.

UPCOMING

  • The Spotlight City Events Passport is on sale now for $50, offering access to a full year of foodie events, commencing with Yum Cha, the dim sum festival happening on Saturday, February 21.
  • Tin Chef returns to Mildred`s Temple Kitchen (85 Hanna Avenue) in part of Winterlicious on Tuesday, February 3 from 7pm to 10pm. The culinary competition will see five lucky home cooks compete before a panel of celebrity chef judges. Tickets to watch are $45 and include a full meal of menu favourites and a signed copy of award-winning cookbook Out to Brunch.

Photo of Yum Cha by Jesse Milns.


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