By now, you’re probably already anxiously awaiting Taste of Toronto that will happen in a couple of weeks! Each day brings more tantalizing news of the festival.
Pop-up restaurants include one-night-only service from Alo on Thursday with a Hamachi ceviche and crispy pork belly with sherry vinegar and cilantro; while Antler Kitchen & Bar is on Friday dishing delicious game in the form of duck yakatori with a sweet soy glaze and a spice ash-crusted venison chop. Saturday brings Taiwanese tapas joint Kanpai Snack Bar for a global taste of Taiwanese fried chicken and bao sandwich with slow-cooked five-spice pork or Formosa ceviche. Last but not least, The County General, offering up a smoke chocolate truffle, pickled carrot slaw with smoked white fish and its famed County fried chicken. YUM.
Take a peek at what each booth will be dishing up here.
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If you happen to be driving in Eugenia, and you pass this charming burger stand, you need to stop at County Burger to have the most amazing roadside burger that you’ll ever eat. (more…)
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.
There are still tickets available! Each ticket is $100 and gets you all you can eat and drink! Grab one here.
The Night Market is on Tues. June 14th & Wed. June 15th 158 Sterling Road, (to get to the event you need to go through the West Toronto Railpath.).
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.
It’s almost Ontario Cider Week! From May 27th to June 4th, this week is devoted to celebrating local cider. This is my favourite week, because cider is my preferred drink of choice. Cider is rapidly becoming more popular in Toronto, which is awesome to see.
I’m really excited to share this event with you! The Craft Cider Cruise brings together 12 cider companies and 1 brewery for an evening cruise along Lake Ontario on June 5th, at 7pm. This 3 hour boat ride is $40 and includes a commemorative mug along with four sample tokens that can be used at one of the participating cider companies for a 4oz sample of your choice. There will also be some tasty bites to buy on board.
Participating cider companies include: Pommies, Forbidden, Spirit Tree, Thornbury, Revel Cider, Shiny Apple Cider and more.
Sounds like fun? Grab your ticket here before it sells out!
Are you looking for a quick, delicious snack that’s also impressive? Triscuit has this great recipe that’s perfect for entertaining. Check it out below!
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I love IKEA, don’t you? All of those beautifully designed products and pretty textiles (I’m in love with their duvet covers.) The one downside is that IKEA can be hard to find if you live downtown.
Luckily, for a limited time only, IKEA has a downtown pop up! The pop up revolves around food, and is a lot of fun to go through. Visitors will get to taste IKEA snacks, and check out how food can play a role in different parts of the house. See something you like? Select items can be purchased using a wooden spoon. (It’s pretty cool.)