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Toronto Food Events: Bread & Butter Tasting, Trending NOW, The Hashigo Project, Marketlicious

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

  • Luther's Chicken hosts a one year anniversary party at The Churchill (1212 Dundas St. West from 4pm on Sunday, April 12. Expect a repeat of their fried chicken filled opening day celebrations.
  • 86'd Monday at The Drake Hotel (1150 Queen St. West) features a Bread & Butter Tasting this week on Monday, April 13 from 8pm. Join host Ivy Knight to enjoy a collection of simple pleasures from Bar Raval, Woodlot, Blackbird Baking Co., O&B Artisan, Drake Commissary and more.
  • The Chefs' House (215 King St. East) presents a dinner by Chef Nick Liu (DaiLo) on Tuesday, April 14 in part of its monthly Trending NOW Dinner Series. Doors open at 6:30 pm for a four-course dinner at 7pm featuring a Cantonese and new Asian menu for $85 per person including two glasses of wine.
  • The Carbon Bar (99 Queen St. East), Cumbrae Farms and Canadian Whisky team up on Tuesday, April 14 for Smoke Meat Whisky. The four course dinner will feature ten dishes and cocktails for $59 per person.
  • Room 4 Dessert a showcase for pastry arts students at George Brown Centre for Hospitality takes place on Friday, April 17 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm. Expect 24 food stations featuring pastries, chocolates, sandwiches, soups, breads, viennoiseries and more.

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