Toronto food events

Toronto Food Events: Winterlicious, Latino 'Licious, Winter Fare, La Poutine Week, Get to Know Pinot

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

  • Winterlicious starts today January, 30 and runs to February 12. Over 210 restaurants will participate by offering prix fixe menus at lunch priced at $18, $23 and $28, and at dinner priced at $25, $35 and $45. Daily reservation availability will be posted on the official Winterlicious website.
  • The Good Son is running their own promotion; Winter Fare, starting today and running until February 12. Enjoy three course menus for brunch ($30) and dinner ($45).
  • Valdez (606 King St. West) presents Latino 'Licious until February 13. Expect a three course menu on offer for $35.
  • La Poutine Week starts February 1 and runs until February 7. Twenty-three Toronto restaurants join simultaneous celebrations in Montreal, Ottawa, Quebec City and more.
  • The County General celebrates winter Quebec-style with a special menu from February 2 to 12. The menu featuring goodies like tourtière, cauliflower poutine and tarte au sucre offered a la carte or in its entirety for $35.
  • Mr. Flamingo (1265 Dundas St. West) hosts a Get to Know Pinot Dinner on Tuesday, February 3 starting at 7pm. Billed as "an irreverent wine class with terrific food", the $75 multi-course menu boasts dishes like scallop crudo, foie gras torchon, and sweetbread and wild mushroom pappardelle, each paired with a pinot noir.

UPCOMING

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