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Toronto Food Events: Craft Beer Awards, Anthony Bourdain, Evening at the Market, NoshFest

Toronto Food Events rounds up the most delicious 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

  • Head to Helendale Avenue (A.K.A. #SkittlesAve), near Yonge and Eg, to visit a row of rainbow houses. You'll, of course, be able to grab some treats at this branded activation that runs from Oct. 28 to Oct. 31.
  • In honour of its third birthday, The Real Jerk on Gerrard invites you to a party at the restaurant starting this Saturday, Oct. 29 at 11 p.m.
  • Eat your roast beef dinner with music this Sunday with the first monthly Roast 'n Reggae at The Emerson.
  • Hear celebrity chef and world traveler Anthony Bourdain speak at the Sony Centre on Nov. 1.
  • Celebrate 60 female chefs at Eat to the Beat on Nov. 1 in support of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation at Roy Thomson Hall.
  • Vote for your favourite craft beer at the Craft Beer Awards on Nov. 4 at the Enercare Centre.
  • Yes, you can get a free lunch at the Rustico on King pop-up pizzeria (363 King St. W.) from Nov. 4 to 30.

UPCOMING

  • Get ready for the The Society of Beer Drinking Ladies biggest bevy yet at Canada's All Ladies Beer Festival on Nov. 5 at Wychwood Barns.
  • Put your stretchy pants on for Dudes & Dukes, a night of food and music hosted by the Food Dudes and folk band Union Duke at the Mod Club on Nov. 5. Tickets are $30.
  • On election night (Nov. 8), a group of George Brown College event planning students are throwing The Trump Trump Taco Bowl party at 300 Adelaide St. E. Tacos will be $6 each.
  • Toronto Poke Week runs from Nov. 7 to 13. With a poke passport, you can get $5 bowls at select restaurants.
  • Eat, drink and party at the St. Lawrence Market after dark at Evening at the Market on Nov. 10. Tickets are $75.
  • The annual Taste of Iceland showcase starts on Nov. 10 and runs until Nov. 13. Check out the special menu at Jump.
  • The Tabasco Hawker Market takes over Artscape Wychwood Barns on Nov. 10 for a night of food, drinks and fun. Tickets are $35.
  • NoshFest, Toronto's first Jewish food festival, is on Nov. 13 at Wychwood Barns and will feature restaurants like Caplansky's and Schmaltz Appetizing as well as a few strictly kosher vendors.
    • Know of a Toronto food event coming up? Email editors@blogto.com.

      Photo from The Real Jerk by Jesse Milns.


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