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.
- Tickets ($55) remain for the Winter Fiesta at Reforma (35 Baldwin Street) on Monday, January 25. The evening kicks off with a vertical tequila tasting led by Andres Marques and hands on guac and ceviche making with chef Marcos Sanchez followed by a fiesta of January flavours.
- Figo (295 Adelaide Street West) and La Carnita team up for a Pizza Party on Tuesday, January 26 featuring collab pizza-taco hybrids.
- Colette Grande CafĂŠ (550 Wellington Street West) presents a Perigord Truffle & Louis Jadot Dinner on Wednesday, January 27. Headed by Executive Chef, Amira Becarevic the multi-course menu with wine pairings priced at $175 per guest. Highlights include a goat cheese soufflĂŠ and a halibut farcie.
- The French Patisserie Post Grad Program at George Brown has launched a weekly French Patisserie pop-up at the Waterfrount Campus (51 Dockside Drive). Taking place every Thursday from 8 a.m. until they sell out, expect to find a selection of freshly baked French viennoiseries, patisseries and savoury baked goods priced between $2 and $6.
- Hopgood's Foodliner (325 Roncesvalles Avenue) celebrates four years in business on Sunday January 31 with a lobster supper featuring four courses for $60 per guest.
- Hitch (1216 Queen Street East) opens early (3 p.m.) on Sunday, January 31 for A Taste of Holland, a Borrel brunch and afternoon drinks served until 8 p.m.
- U-Feast presents From Street Level to Underground on Wednesday, February 17 at the Indian Street Food Company (1701 Bayview Avenue). Tickets are $75 per head for the dinner featuring galouti kebab, chili garlic crab, lamb raan pau, chicken biryani and kulfi.
- Tickets for Chefs For Change are selling out fast, but there are still seats left for the dinners happening February 18 and March 3 at Propeller Coffee (50 Wade Avenue). Each night features culinary collaborations from up to eight chefs from Toronto and across Canada while proceeds go to support Community Food Centres Canada.
- The Home Grown Dinner Project, a dinner from chef Romain Avril (La Societie) and guests will take place March 13 at Actinolite (971 Ossington Avenue). Ticket sales TBA.
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Photo of Reforma.