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Toronto food events: Cask Days, Bubble Tea Fest, Canada's Baking and Sweets Show

Food events in Toronto this week include a fall harvest feast, Cask Days, and a whole lot of sweets and baked goods. There's even a bubble tea festival to check out. Eat and be merry!

  • This Weekend
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    • October 20-22
      The cask-conditioned beer fest returns this year with over 400 beers and ciders served for three days at the Brick Works. This year, New York City has been chosen as the featured regional beer producer.
      Evergreen Brickworks
    • October 21-22
      To mark its grand opening, new Korean dessert bar Dear Fro will give away 50 free bingsu desserts daily on October 21st and 22nd to the first customers to line up.
      Dear Fro
    • October 21
      Multiple vendors of food, skincare, and beauty take over the space with giveaways and draws from all categories happening all day. General admission is free.
      Exfolier Rejuvene
    • October 22
      An array of delicious donut creations await. Admission is free, just show up ready to enjoy!
    • October 22
      If you have a passion for discovering the perfect drink, this is the place to be. Bubble tea, pearl milk tea, boba tea, whatever you call it, we love it!
      Canary District
  • Upcoming
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