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.Events you might want to check out:
Love Chix & Rainhard Takeover (February 25 @ Love Chix)
This collaborative dinner features food from Love Chix and beer from Rainhard. A match made in heaven. $50.
Vegan Hygge Social (February 25 @ Hot Black Coffee)
The folks behind vegan Oktoberfest present this Danish-style social with lots of meat-free eats.
Beau's Presents: Dueling Dinner (February 26 @ Thoroughbred)
Chef Ariel Coplan will be go up against chef Graham Pratt of The Gabardine in a six-course dinner. Let your tastebuds judge this competition.
The Chef Cartel (February 27 @ Luxe Appliance Studio)
There's more than one kitchen face-off happening this week, so you'll have plenty of time to watch local chefs duke it out in the kitchen.
Werewolf Pizza Pop-Up (February 27 @ Smoke Signals Barbecue)
Learn all about Toronto's mysterious Werewolf Pizza at this pop-up with Italian food galore.
Decontructed Beer Dinner with Creemore Springs @ BATCH (February 28 @ Batch)
This dinner at Batch features dishes that are made with the various ingredients that go into making a perfect pint of beer.
Kombucha 101 (February 28 @ The Shop)
Babette Burrell of The Witches Brew from the Witch's Brew will teach you how to make your very own kombucha.
Trashed & Wasted (March 1 @ Artscape Wychwood Barns)
This brand new event will help you rethink food waste as local chefs create dishes with scraps that would normally end up in the garbage.
Supper Club Cinema (March 5 @ Drake Underground)
Food and movies go together like peanut butter and jelly, so head to the Drake for a feast and a flick.
Canadian Chefs Series Featuring Chef Sean MacDonald (March 6 @ Lavelle)
Treat yourself to a 10-course tasting dinner by the Chef Sean MacDonald of Hexagon in Oakville and Lavelle's Executive Chef Romain Avril.
Sustainable Dim Sum (March 8 @ Rotunda-City Hall)
This new food festival will focus on sustainability and of course on dim sum too!
Kamayan Fiesta "Hand-to-Mouth" Filipino Cuisine (March 9 @ Gladstone Hotel)
Eat with your hands at this Filipino feast. Along with food, it'll include Filipino artists and live performances.
by Amy Grief via blogTO
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