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Toronto Food Events: Made With Love, Winterlicious, Brine & Bubbles

Toronto Food Events rounds up the most delicious festivals, pop-ups, one-off dinners, supper clubs and other food-related happenings in Toronto this week and next. Find us here every Friday morning.

  • This Week
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
    • January 26 - February 8
      Toronto's most popular three-course, prix-fixe meal event extravaganza begins today, with more than 200 restaurants in the city participating. Have you made your reservations yet?
      Multiple Venues
    • January 26-27
      Island Oysters will be pairing its signature curated selection of six Canadian oysters with locally crafted sake, sparkling wine and craft beer at this fun tasting event with two sessions per night.
      Cafe Con Leche Espresso Bar
    • January 26
      The Society of Beer Drinking Ladies is celebrating its fourth birthday (already!) with a not-to-be-missed bevy bash that will feature a special one-off brew (a toasted coconut vanilla porter) and eats from The Tempered Room.
      Junction Brewery
    • January 28
      Enjoy a beer-infused brunch snack menu by Phancy Food & Catering accompanied by some hair-of-the-dog, day-after-Saturday-night brews to start your Sunday morning off right.
    • January 29
      This cocktail-making competition will feature some of the city's best bartenders. Come cheer on your favourites and see who will make it to the regional finals.
    • January 31
      Propeller Coffee Co. is hosting its first annual Barista Competition with 32 competitors going head to head in a single-elimination style tournament. Food, beer and giveaways will accompany this fun, inclusive night in support of Food 4 Farmers.
    • February 1
      Sommelier and certified French Wine Scholar Stephen Hart hosts this ode to Alsace, France, featuring Grand Cru wines classified in the top 4 percent of all wine produced in the region.
  • Upcoming
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
    • February 3
      The February edition of this bi-monthly music, food & installation series in the east end will feature a dinner by Jonas Linturn, aka, Chef Très Bohème along with performances by Bonjay, Blunt Chunks, Foonyap and Benedicte. Dinner is included with an advanced ticket!
      Matt Durant Studio
    • February 14
      It's time to start thinking about Valentine's Day, and Death in Venice chef Kaya Ogruce has come up with a decadent 3-course chocolate culinary experience (plus a complimentary glass of Prosecco) that will be the perfect aphrodisiac for a romantic evening.
    • February 14
      Toronto Common is partnering with The House of Common Executive Chef/Owner Jonathan LeBlanc for Ooh Ma La, a French-meets-Sichuan Tasting Dinner, paying tribute to the numbing spice of Sichuan peppercorn.
    • February 20
      Enjoy a 4-course, beer-paired dinner hosted by Collective Arts Brewmaster Ryan Morrow and CRAFT Beer Market's Executive Chef Cam McGowan.
    • February 22
      It's an irresistible premise: an all-you-can-eat-and-drink event featuring 30 of the city's chefs, all in support of FoodShare's work promoting healthy food and food literacy in schools.
      St Lawrence Temporary North Market
    • March 12
      Ten Toronto chefs, including Fidel Gastro's Matt Basile and Antler's Michael Hunter, have volunteered to battle it out in the boxing ring (yes, chef boxers!) to raise money for Second Harvest's food rescue program.
      Ada Slaight Hall, Daniels Spectrum
Lead photo by

Hector Vasquez at Miss Thing's


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