Jamaican Patty Day toronto

Toronto Food Events: Jamaican Patty Day, In The Land of Sea & Honey, Louis Jadot Dinner, Toronto Sushi Fest

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THIS WEEK

  • Yum Cha, a festival devoted to dim sum is on this Saturday, February 21 at Daniels Spectrum (585 Dundas St. East). Limited tickets ($10) remain for afternoon session of feasting on dumplings, steam buns and spring rolls from vendors like Come and Get It, Rolling Pin TO, and Babi & Co. (to name a few).
  • This Monday, February 23 is Jamaican Patty Day and the Jamaica Tourist Board wants to encourage you to eat a patty in celebration of 30 years since the Patty Wars erupted in Toronto, and patty vendors won the right to use the term beef patties despite food inspectors deeming that they don't contain a sufficient amount of beef.
  • Fat Girl Food Squad in conjunction with Render: Feminist Food & Feminist Quarterly present In The Land of Sea & Honey Dinner, a night \to celebrate females in kitchens and elsewhere. Chef Charlotte Langley and company present a four-course meal with wine parings for $65 on Monday, February 23 from 7pm at Beast (96 Tecumseth St.)
  • Auberge du Pommier (4150 Yonge St.) hosts a Louis Jadot wine dinner on Friday, February 27 from 6:30pm. Offered for $200, enjoy a four-course dinner featuring B.C. scallops, black truffles and venison paired with fine burgundy wines from Louis Jadot fine burgundy wines.

UPCOMING

Photo from Patties Express by Jesse Milns


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