Toronto Food Events rounds up the most delicious 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.
- Midnight Mrkt is back tonight at 2nd Floor Events at 461 King St. W. Expect craft vendors and food trucks eats at this indoor event.
- The Art of Craft Beer art show is tonight at Super Wonder Gallery.
- The Toronto Bakers Market East returns to the Ralph Thornton Community Centre on Nov. 27 from noon until 4 p.m.
- The Corktown Winter Market is on Nov. 27 at four spots, including Roselle Desserts and Tandem Coffee, as well as at Linden Grove Flowers and Cambria Gallery. These locations will feature food, beverages and vendors.
- Toronto's first ever Jiggle Ball jello shot competition is on Nov. 29 at Apt. 200.
- On Nov. 29, Omaw is partnering with Action Against Hunger to give all of its profits to charity.
- Maman hosts its very first wine pairing dinner on Nov. 30. Tickets to this four course meal, with wine, cost $80.
- Feast on Brazilian food at Mata Petisco Bar on Dec. 1. This event will feature five different chefs from Brazil.
- The Peter Pan Brewery Tour will bring live theatre into some of the city's best independent breweries from Dec. 2 to 10.
- The annual Habitat for Humanity Gingerbread Build is on Dec. 3 and 4 at City Hall. Edible building kits cost $50.
- Cask on Landsdowne will bring together 15 local brewers for a day of cask beer at Landsdowne Brewery. Your $25 ticket will get you a tasting glass and two five ounce samples.
- The Toronto Bakers Market West takes over The Great Hall on Dec. from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m.
- Banu continues it Unforked Salon series by featuring food writer Suresh Doss on Dec. 4
- Bacardi's bringing a Christmas tree lot to the King Street West neighbourhood along with rum-filled drinks. Big trees will go for $20 while small ones will be $10.
- The Miss Thing's Rum Social on Dec. 7 will include a four course dinner. It'll be $75 including rum pairing or $45 for just food.
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Photo by Hector Vasquez.
by Amy Grief via blogTO