Toronto’s most outrageous chef is launching a summer festival
Technically, this isn’t the first MATTY FEST. The chef hosted one in the basement of his former restaurant, Parts & Labour, for his birthday once. This, however, will be the first official public launch.
Two dozen of Toronto’s most well-known restaurants will be cooking at the festival, in addition to a few non-Canadian barbecue joints, including Hometown BBQ from New York, Martin’s Bar-B-Que Joint from Tennessee, Skylight Inn BBQ and Sam Jones BBQ from North Carolina.
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To kick off the festival on September 7, a Charlie’s Burgers pop-up dinner series and wine program is planned at Stackt Market. As always for this dinner event hosted by high-profile chefs, the menu will not be announced ahead of time.
Each restaurant will offer a limited number of dishes, starting at $6 each. The MATTY FEST menu will be announced soon and tickets will be released to the public on Thursday at 10 a.m.
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