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Toronto Food Events: Winter Brewfest, Mama Raty's, Latte Art Competition, Dixonlicious

Food events in Toronto this week are sure to rouse your frost-bitten senses, whether it be in support of a good cause or to get your mitts on a Finnish meat pie. Whatever the reason, there's lots of tasty events going on this week and beyond. 

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    • March 2-4
      Get ready for the 3rd annual Toronto Winter Brewfest featuring over 40 breweries, more than 150 beers, food trucks, DJs, games, and more.
      Enercare Centre
    • March 6
      There's nothing like the feeling of loading up on dim sum, especially if it's for a good cause. This event is in support of Environmental Defence, so you don't have to feel guilty for overdoing it.
      Rotunda, City Hall
    • March 10
      Chau is throwing down some pop-up action, combining their Asian inspired snacks with brews from Henderson Brewery Co.
      Henderson Brewing Co
    • March 10-11
      Fresh maple syrup, rolled in snow. That's what you can expect at the Sugar Shack again this year, plus a bevy of different vendors serving food and hot chocolate.
      Sugar Beach
    • March 10 - April 8
      If you have the chance to get out of the city for the weekend, this might be a good place to go. Expect not only loads of maple-infused goodies, but also demonstrations, wagon rides, and a bunch of different activities.
      Kortright Centre for Conservation
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Hector Vasquez


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