Toronto Food Events rounds up the most delicious festivals, pop-ups, wine maker 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:
Taste of Asia (June 23-25 @ Kennedy Road)
Head up to Markham to eat some of the most delicious food just outside the city at this event that also features all kinds of performances.
Block Party IV (June 23 @ Toronto Event Centre)
The Food Dudes take over the lToronto Event Centre for a celebration of food, art, music, performance and interactive entertainment.
Toronto Craft Beer Festival (June 23 @ Ontario Place)
Get your fill of craft beer and cider at this festival down by the lake.
Vegan Wine & Cheese Fest (June 24 @ 101 Lisgar)
Sample some of Toronto's best vegan cheese, hear talks from local entrepreneurs and check out our cooking demos to up your dairy-free cheese game.
Brew & BBQ (June 24 @ Canada's Wonderland)
Grab some beer and BBQ and then hop on a roller coaster. Though, maybe you should do it in the reverse order...
Dough TO Pop-up (June 24 @ Kensington Market)
Toronto's cookie dough shop opens on Saturday, so get your fill of unbaked baked goods.
Sunday BBQ Parking Lot Party (June 25 - September 10 @ Smoke Signals Barbecue)
Spend your Sunday afternoon lounging around outside with beer and BBQ meat.
Ceviche Smackdown (June 26 @ The Drake Hotel)
If you love ceviche, you don't want to miss this event that pits local chefs against each other in the ultimate competition.
Taste of Regent Park and Under the Stars (June 28 - August 30 @ The Big Park (Dundas St. E & Sackville St.))
This weekly event is a mix between a market and a food festival, so head to Regent Park and eat up.
Toronto Ribfest (June 30 - July 3 @ Centennial Park)
Get stuffed with racks of ribs at one of the city's biggest rib festivals.
Brewer's Backyard: Lester P. Beerson Day (July 1 @ Evergreen Brickworks)
Celebrate Canada Day with some local suds!
Taste of Lawrence (July 7-9 @ Lawrence Ave. E.)
Scarborough’s largest street festival turns 15 with lots of food and drinks for you to try.
by Amy Grief via blogTO