Toronto Food Events rounds up the most delicious events, festivals, pop-ups, winemaker dinners, supper clubs and other food related happenings in Toronto this week and next. You can find us here every Friday morning.
- Urban Acorn Catering's Vegan Supper Club presents Festivus for the Rest of Us, a Seinfeld inspired, 4-course meatless dinner at Bento Miso Coworking Space (862 Richmond Stret West, Suite 300 on Saturday, December 28th from 6:30pm to 9:30pm. Tickets are $40.
- Le Dolci (1006 Dundas Street West) hosts a champagne-fuelled make-and-take New Year's Cupcake Decorating Class on Sunday, December 29th from 12:30pm to 2:00pm. Tickets are $55.</<a href="http://www.blogto.com/eat_drink/2013/12/the_top_20_restaurants_for_new_years_dinner_in_toronto/">
- Still looking for something delicious to do this New Year's Eve? Be sure to check out The top 20 restaurants for New Year's dinner in Toronto.
- Feast In The East, the monthly music, food and installation series is on Saturday, January 4th at the Gerrard Art Space (1390 Gerrard Street). Advance tickets are $8 and include a free Japanese noodle bowl dinner by Daniel Goodbaum.
- L is For... and The Beer Academy (75 Victoria Street) present a Beer Tasting Dinner on Thursday, January 23rd at 6:30pm. Tickets are $85 for the beer infused menu or $120 for dinner with beer pairings.
- The Group of Seven Chefs presents a 5 Ways Dinner on Monday, February 10th at Parts & Labour (1566 Queen Street West) as part of the Winterlicious culinary event series. Tickets are $75. Guests could end up with one of five menus from chefs Scott Vivian (Beast Restaurant), Matty Matheson (Parts & Labour), Chris Brown (Citizen Catering), Bertrand Alepee (The Tempered Chef) or Nick Liu (Gwailo).
- Food & Liquor (1610 Queen Street West) hosts The Silversmith Brewing Company for a tap take over next week.
- Humble Beginnings (3109 Dundas Street West) celebrates Chester's birthday today, Friday December 27th with a $6 burger special and free homemade dog biscuit to take home for your best friends.
by Liora Ipsum via blogTO