Are you ready, Toronto? One of the most delicious summer food events is in the city this Tuesday and Wednesday! The Stop Night Market will feature 70 chefs, 20 local beverage vendors, and 35 one-of-a-kind food carts created by local designers. Each night offers a different selection of fantastic Toronto chefs and vendors.
On Tuesday, visitors can enjoy bites from: 416 Snack Bar / People’s Eatery A3 Napoli Barque Blue Goose Pure Foods Boralia Branca The Commodore Dailo Delica Kitchen Dundas Park Kitchen El Cabillito Enoteca Sociale FeasTO Gusto 54 Catering Hawthorne Hopgood’s Foodliner Lindsey Bakes Mad Maple Country Inn Maizal Mata Nana Oyster Boy Providore Catering Rasa Rooftop Taqueria Rose and Sons Scout Canning and more.
Wednesday night brings dishes from: The 47 Abokichi Art Gallery of Ontario Ascari Enoteca Bar Fancy Bespoke Butchers Blue Goose Pure Foods Carmen Citizen Catering The Dock Ellis Farmhouse Tavern The Gabardine Hey Meatball iQ Food Co. Kanpai Snack Bar Midfield Wine Bar & Tavern Momofuku Shōtō Oyster Boy Patois Pizzeria Libretto Richmond Station Sea Witch Fish & Chips Smoke Signals Steve Gonzalez On Tour and more!
While you’re enjoying these delicious tastes, you can rest easy knowing that all proceeds from the Night Market benefit The Stop’s critical food access and community-building programs.
Attention, fellow food obsessed Torontonians. Taste of Toronto, one of the best food events in the city, returns for its third year on June 23 to 26. Taste, sip and savour the signature dishes and diverse flavours of your favourite restaurants and bite your way through new dishes all in one stunning location, Fort York. Mix and mingle with popular chefs sharing exclusive dishes, cooking classes and workshops.
According to a recent survey by Vision Critical, 47% of millennials (18 to 34) had adventure experiences on their life lists, followed in second place with 35% of Generation Xers (35-54).
I definitely fall within that 47%! My bucket list is streamlined by age so that I have specific dates to work towards. Like my 30th birthday!
How about putting those bucket list goals towards a good cause?
From now until May 2016, you’re invited to commit to skydiving, bungee jumping, ziplining, indoor skydiving, racetrack car lapping, riding a hot air balloon or whatever your heart desires. Choose your activity, and then get donations from family or friends, or by hosting events, individuals will raise money for Parkinson’s with encouragement from an individual partner living with the condition.
“We knew there was a desire to give; and sensed there was a desire to give differently,” [says] Jon Collins, Senior Manager, Events and Partnerships at Parkinson Canada. “Many Canadians – particularly millennials – are eager to try new and different things.”
Valentine’s Day is kind of my favourite holiday ever! I was very happy to be able to partner with one of my favourite coffee shops, Aroma Espresso Bar, to collaborate with some of my favourite social people to celebrate all things hearts and hot chocolate.
FFWD Advertising & Marketing Week returns to Toronto January 25 – January 29, 2016, and brings another action packed week to Toronto. This diverse annual gathering of advertising, marketing and media leaders, attracts 6,000+ attendees to Toronto each year. (more…)
I have a love for urban exploring that I rarely get to indulge. So, when I heard about Casa Loma’s newest Escape Game, I was really excited. Casa Loma is a legend and historic site in Toronto. This sprawling mansion has been the scene of many events and beautiful weddings.
This winter, people will flock there for a very different experience. King of the Bootleggers is set in the 1920s and takes you through the tunnels beneath the castle. (This is all I needed to be into this. Tunnels and flappers. Yes, and yes.) (more…)
The One of a Kind Show is back in Toronto, just in time for you to complete (or start!) your Christmas shopping. The show runs from November 26 – December 6, 2015 at the Enercare Centre.I like going to the One of a Kind Show because you can find tons of local, handmade gifts, including baked goods, stationary, clothing, art, jewellery and much much more. Click here to see the artisans that will be there.
New this year, visitors will be able to sign up for free DIY workshops. It’s first come first serve, and only opens up an hour before the class time, so be quick! Check them out.