Sunday, October 27, 2019

The top 10 food events in Toronto this November

Food events in Toronto for November 2019 are ready to take you on a culinary tour with a new sushi festival, Taste of Iceland and a Spanish street market. Eataly's first Canadian location is set to open this month and the Gourmet Food & Wine Expo is back.

Events you might want to check out:

Soupalicious (November 3 @ St. Archangel Michael Church)
Slurps up at this annual soup festival with lots of flavours of soups available to try and made by local chefs, restaurants and caterers.
Afro-Caribbean Vegan Holiday Market (November 10 @ The 519 Community Centre)
The holidays are almost here and this market specializes in Afro-Caribbean vegan food, drinks, gifts, health and beauty, clothing and art.
Do Pie (November 10 @ A-Game Cafe)
It's peak apple pie season and this contest will see local bakers face-off to see whose pie reigns supreme, with all proceeds going to charity.
Eataly Toronto Grand Opening (November 13 @ Eataly)
The much-anticipated arrival of Canada's first Eataly location is almost here with the market opening its doors with tastings and giveaways.
Taste of Iceland (November 14-17 @ Luma)
Toronto's annual Icelandic food festival is back with specialty dishes served up by Chef Gísli Matthías Auðunsson in celebration of Icelandic culture.
Beer Pong Festival (November 16 @ Rebel)
Assemble your crew for huge beer pong festival, featuring 100 tables stacked with cups and brews, plus music bumping all night long and prizes.
Washoku Matsuri (November 18 @ Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre)
For all the sushi lovers out there, this festival features superior quality seafood, fruits and drinks in celebration of authentic Japanese culture.
Gourmet Food & Wine Expo (November 21-24 @ Metro Toronto Convention Centre)
Back again is this huge expo that showcases gourmet foods from all over the world, plus a huge selection of wines and drinks, plus lots of programming.
La Rambla Spanish Street Market (November 19 @ George Brown Waterfront Campus)
Tickets to Europe are expensive, so it's great that this pop-up market is here to feature Spanish food and drinks from 15 different vendors.
Veg Holiday Market (November 24 @ Artscape Wychwood Barns)
It's going to be a vegetarian Christmas with this big market that specializes in festive veggie goodies of all kinds from local vendors.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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