Tuesday, November 26, 2019

The top 10 food events in Toronto this December

The top food events in Toronto for December 2019 are raising a glass to the holidays and all the yummy treats that come with it. There's lots of festive beer festivals and Läderach is opening a new location. You can fill up on In-N-Out style burgers and brunch goodies, too.

Events you might want to check out:

Chanukah Market (December 1 @ Artscape Wychwood Barns)
A celebration of Jewish food culture is on at this huge market with festive treats, gifts, entertainment, music and cooking demos.
Hoppy Holidays (December 3 @ Berkeley Church)
Break out your best Christmas sweaters or this annual celebration of all-things hops with lots of brews to try out, plus music bites and jolly good fun.
Läderach Chocolatier Suisse Grand Opening (December 4 @ Läderach Chocolatier Suisse Eaton Centre)
One of Switzerland's biggest chocolatiers is opening a location inside the Eaton Centre to feature a huge range of Swiss chocolate products.
Latvian Food Market (December 5 @ Latvian Canadian Cultural Centre)
Fresh baked bread made on-site, deli items, fish, head cheese, potato salad and lots more authentic Latvian goods are on at this market.
Tru Tea Grand Opening (December 6-8 @ Tru Tea)
Chinatown is getting another spot for bubble tea as Tru Tea opens up along the Spadina strip to feature fresh flavours and milk teas of all kinds.
I Heart Beer + Mac & Cheese Festival (December 14 @ Exhibition Place)
Nothing pairs better than Mac 'n' cheese and beer and this new festival has plenty of both, plus music, dancing, games and an ugly sweater competition.
12 Beers of the Holidays (December 20 @ Gladstone Hotel)
May your cheeks glow bright during this holiday beer festival with lots of brews on tap, music, prizes, ugly sweaters and a big festive buffet.
Aunty Lucy's Burger Shop (December 20-23 @ 96 Ossington Ave)
If you've always wanted to try a In-N-Out Burger, this might be the closest thing to it as Extra Burger serves their version of the burger during this pop-up.
Stout Night (December 21 @ Indie Alehouse Brewing Co.)
Not for the lighthearted beer drinker, this stout festival features 18 different stouts on tap from local breweries, plus new blends up for the tasting.
Le Brunch (December 29 @ Lavelle)
One of the biggest brunch parties is back with a holiday edition that includes an entire day of the usual brunch goodies, drinks and cheer.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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