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Toronto Food Events: Sunday Gravy, Underground Chef Cartel, Brewer's Backyard, glocal FOOD

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.


  • Ki Modern Japanese + Bar has launched a new recurring feature on Friday nights. Sake and Shochu Nights start at 7pm, and will feature an izakaya sampler for $10, and flights of of sake or shochu for $10.
  • THR & Co. (97 Harbord St.) kicks off Sunday Gravy, a three-course feature inspired by Italian-American family dinners. Every Sunday, from 5:30pm onward, expect a Nonna-style prix fixe menu for $30 featuring eggplant parmigiana and creamy polenta with a meatball.
  • Teppan Kenta (24 Wellesley Ave.) presents episode one of the Underground Chef Cartel on Monday, February 9. Chef Eric Wood will face off against chef Deron Engbers to cook a secret ingredient revealed with only five minutes' notice. Admission is $25 at the door from 6 pm onward.
  • BorrelTO returns with a pop-up dining experience at the Cloak and Dagger (394 College St.) on Saturday, February 7. Enjoy a smorgasbord of Dutch eats from 2 to 8pm.


  • On now until Sunday, February 15, Le Dolci (1006 Dundas St. West) hosts a V-Day Pop Up Shop featuring chocolates, macarons, and pretty cakes, plus adorable gifts curated by Susan and Sapna at Smitten Creative Boutique.
  • Brewer's Backyard brings together Beau's, Great Lakes Brewery, and Indie Ale House on Family Day (Monday, February 16) from noon to 5pm at the Evergreen Brick Works (550 Bayview Ave.)
  • Multicultural culinary expo, glocal FOOD takes place from 7pm to 10pm on Tuesday, February 17 at 2nd Floor Events (461 King St. West). The student-run event is partnering with Farmhouse Tavern, Richmond Station, Gushi and Song Cooks (to name a few) to present an evening of eating to raise funds for George Brown College's student scholarships and The Stop Community Food Centre. General admission is $20 in advance, and includes three food samples and one drink.

Photo of BorrelTO by Jesse Milns.

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