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Toronto Food Events: Night it Up!, Pig and a Poke, Pan American Food Festival, Garçon!, ‎#TapasJourney

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

  • The third annual Pan American Food Festival is on from July 30 to August 3 at Daniels Spectrum (585 Dundas St. East). The festivities will include fun food competitions, food demonstrations by international chefs, kids' activities, Latin dance workshops, and a vendors market.
  • Tickets are on sale now for the next instalment of the U-Feast Chef Concert Series dubbed Garçon! An Evening of Refined French Cuisine. Happening on Monday, August 3 from 7 p.m. at Beast Restaurant (96 Tecumseth St.) the collaborative five course dinner from chefs Scott Vivian, Ned Elliott (Foreign & Domestic, Austin, TX), and Matthew Gaudet (West Bridge, Cambridge, MA) is priced at $115 including drinks.
  • Estrella Damm is bringing Barcelona to Toronto with the ‪#‎TapasJourney‬ taking place between August 14 to 23. Over the ten days, find 20 Toronto restaurants offering three tapas with an Estrella Damm beer for $20. The cast of participating restaurants includes Marben, The Good Son, Carmen, Mamakas Taverna, and many more.

Photo from last year's Night It Up


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