Toronto Food Events

Toronto Food Events: Taste Haida Gwaii, Macaron Day, Poutine Party, Ottomans in Toronto, Cover Me Urban

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

  • Taste Haida Gwaii at Canoe (66 Wellington Street West) kicks off this Saturday, March 19 and will run until June. The limited time tasting menu priced at $115 per person is part of Canoe's ongoing Taste Series honouring different regions of Canada. Look forward to dishes like prawn and nettle chowder, smoked white salmon with fiddleheads, salmon candy, and more.
  • Macaron Day is Sunday, March 20 and there are 17+ Toronto bakeries, patisseries and cafes offering freebies, special flavours and donating macaron proceeds for the day to charity.
  • Montreal takes over The Drake Hotel (1150 Queen Street West) for a Poutine Party on Monday, March 21 as part of 86'D Mondays. The competitive cook-off is free to attend and will feature ooey-gooey poutine from Le Bremner's Danny Smiles and Hotel Herman's Marc-Alexandre Mercier.
  • Fonda Lola (942 Queen Street West) hosts a Tequilla Tasting on Tuesday, March 22 at 7 pm. Owner and Mexico City expat Ernesto Rodriguez will showcase a range of house-aged silvers to top-shelf aĂąejos in a guided tasting along with $2 tacos and free tortilla chips with pineapple-habanero salsa.

UPCOMING

Know of a Toronto food event coming up? Email liora@blogto.com.

Photo via the Depanneur.


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