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Toronto Food Events: Canadian Whisky Month, David Santos Dinner, Robbie Burns Supper, anti-Licious

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

  • Reservations are being accepted now for a Robbie Burns Supper at The Bristol on Saturday, January 24. Tickets are $45 for the three-course dinner featuring haggis (or vegetarian haggis) and deep fried Irn Bru ice cream.
  • The Harbord Room (89 Harbord St.) celebrates its seven-year anniversary with seven-course tasting menu for $77, offered throughout the month of February.
  • A couple of Toronto restaurants are going rogue this Winterlicious, each offering four-course prix fixe dinner menus of their own from February 2 to 5. Those looking to avoid the Licious crowds can opt for a $40 winter feast at Enoteca Sociale or a $25 menu from Pizza Libretto.

Photo of Pizzeria Libretto by Jesse Milns.


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