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Toronto Food Events: Oktoberfest, Thanksgiving Dinner, NOSH, Parkdale Luau, Toronto Bakers Market

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

UPCOMING

  • OcktoberFEAST is on Oct. 14. Money from this foodie fundraiser (tickets are $25 to $45) will go towards the Canadian Cancer Society.
  • Hamilton's getting week-long food festival this fall. NOSH runs from Oct. 16 to 23 and participating eateries will offer discounts and specials.
  • If you're planning an event, head to the Toronto Catering Showcase on Oct. 16 at the Bram & Bluma Appel Salon.
  • The Toronto Bakers Market west side edition will make you crave sweet treats on Oct. 16 at The Great Hall. Admission is free.
  • Self-taught Ayesha Curry is hosting a dinner at Luma on Oct. 18. Tickets cost $100 and include food, cocktails and Curry's latest book.
  • On Oct. 20, head to Luma for the Muskoka Brewery Dinner. Tickets are $70 and include dinner with beer pairings.
  • Cask Days makes its always hotly anticipated return to the Brick Works from Oct. 21 to 23.
  • The Pancakes & Booze Art Show is back at the Opera House on Oct. 21
  • The Eatable Film Fest (a food and film extravaganza) runs from Oct. 22 to 25.
  • Vegan Oktoberfest is on Oct. 22 at Nest. Don't expect any bratwurst here.

What'd we miss? Let us know in the comments.

Photo via Cask Days.


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