Toronto Common's 3 Year Anniversary - Bourbon, BBQ, & Fried Chicken Tasting at Boxcar Social Harbourfront

Toronto Common is celebrating 3 years of fun, tasting events around the city with a Bourbon, BBQ & Fried Chicken tasting at Boxcar Social Harbourfront!

With our Boxcar Social Whisky tastings sold out until March, we wanted to do a variation on the theme for our Anniversary event so regardless if you've been to an event already, are still hoping for tickets, or have tickets to an event coming up, you can still celebrate with us!

Bourbon is an American whiskey made primarily of corn and while we've showcased two bourbons so far in our whiskey events, this event will showcase it's own depth with an all bourbon tasting.

Primarily produced in southern parts of the United States, we went back and forth between BBQ or Fried Chicken for the food pairing until we realized, why not have both!

Boxcar Social is giving us their night off so we have the venue all to ourselves!

Their Executive Chef, Nico Aldea will be preparing a special BBQ & Fried Chicken menu with southern comfort sides and Boxcar Social's whiskey director will be showcasing 5 bourbons in a guided tasting.

Plus we'll be finishing the night with our signature Orange and Black sesame cake for dessert!

* Due to the special menu for this event, ticket sales will be closing earlier than usual so the venue can prepare.

Boxcar Social is quickly taking over the city landscape with a location in Summerhill, Leslieville, and now Harbourfront, plus two off shoots the Slip (summer patio) and Clocktower Bar.

The concept behind Boxcar Social was simple: Do what they love, do it with friends, and do it really well. Offering a curated, rotating list of coffees from the best roasters in the world, a careful selection of some of the world's top wines, craft beers, and whiskies - they strive to create the most unique tasting experience for their customers. And enjoy every minute of it.


1. Toronto Common is for everyone!

Everyone is treated the same at Toronto Common events. Even Toronto Common's founder pays for her own tickets at full price, on the website, like everyone else when she's not working the event.

2. Toronto Common events are always better than regular price!

We’re not a discount site but we are an easy to plan, enjoyable events site, and what’s easier and more enjoyable than knowing you are always paying less than regular price without having to do math. By offering hosts off-peak nights, set menus, confirmed guests, and online promotion, we can ensure better value events that include tax and tip making it easy to plan with friends, no surprises.

3. We like small events!

Although we will occasionally offer a small amount of tickets to larger events at better value, our focus is on small, everyday events. Large events are great but sometimes you just want a fun Tuesday night catch up with friends or an easy Monday night dinner to try something new. And because we want to work with great venues around the city, having an off-peak event makes it easier to get a quality experience without the high price tags and with so much going on in this great city, why not enjoy it every night of the week!

3 years, over 350 events, and counting, we look forward to celebrating our 3 year anniversary with you!


All tickets must be purchased online by Jan 25th, 2017 11pm.

No tickets will be available at the door.

Maximum attendance: 25 people

Guests should arrive 5 minutes prior to event to check-in. Event will start on time.

Tickets must be presented (printed or electronically) to check-in.

Each ticket is a unique one-time use code and cannot be shared.

This is a communal event, guests will be seated with other guests.

Guests must be 19 years or older with valid government issued photo ID.

If you have any questions about this event or Toronto Common events in general please visit our FAQ or Contact us directly.

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