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Toronto Food Events: Midwinter Feast, Robbie Burns Day, Skin + Bones Truffle Feast, Toronto Sushi Festival

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

  • Skin + Bones (980 Queen St. East) hosts their own anti-'Licious prix fixe promotion from January 30 to February 12. Chef Luca Gatti has put together a prix fixe menu featuring Perigord Truffles for $55 per person.
  • Join Anothony Rose at Big Crow (176 Dupont) for the first Full Moon Dinner series featuring wines from Grange Winery Prince Edward County. The dinner on Tuesday, February 3 is priced at $60 per person or $90 with cocktail and wine pairings.
  • The Forth (629 Danforth Ave.) presents the World of Whisky Lounge on Thursday, February 5. Sample whiskies from around the globe with guided tasting notes and food pairings. General admission is $25 including two food/drink tickets, while additional tickets cost $5 each.
  • Due the overwhelming response from itamaes across the city, the Toronto Sushi Festival is upgrading to bigger venue. Taking place from 5pm to 10 on March 5 and 6, at the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre (6 Garamond Ct.), expect
    celebrity chefs Susur Lee and Dennis Tay of Top Chef Canada to be among the participants, as well as live demos, open mic karaoke, door prizes and a full service VIP lounge. Tickets are available now for $32.79 (general admission.

Photo of Skin + Bones by Morris Lum.


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