Rib lovers have two giant festivals to choose from in Toronto over the next few weeks.Â There's also a BBQ fest at Ontario Place, a Halo Halo Festival, and an all-you-can-eat cereal and cartoons party.ÂEvents you might want to check out:
Food Truck Frenzy & Craft Beer Festival (August 25-27 @ The CNE)
Parked just inside the Princes' Gates at the CNE is a whirlwind of food trucks for you to try all weekend. At the same time there's also a three-day craft beer festival with 11 different breweries on Princes' Boulevard.
Beer, Bourbon & BBQ (August 25-27 @ Ontario Place)
Feast on BBQ and wash it down with beer and bourbon at Ontario Place.
Korean Harvest Festival (August 25-27 @ Mel Lastman Square)
Along with musical performances, find lots of Korean food at this big outdoor festival.
Taste of Willowdale Block Party (August 25 @ 112 Spring Garden Avenue)
Spend time in this uptown neighbourhood and eat your way through North York.
Woodbine Ribfest (August 25-27 @ Woodbine Racetrack)
Venture to Toronto's west side racetrack for a giant rib fest!
Leslieville Beerfest 2017 (August 26 @ Dundas Street East)
Dundas Street will be shut down between Logan and Carlaw for this beer festival and block party.
Toronto Cider Festival (August 26 @ Sherbourne Common)
There will be over 60 ciders for you to try at this annual event.
The Saturday Morning All-You-Can-Eat-Cereal Cartoon Party (August 26 @ The Royal Cinema - Toronto)
Fill up on your favourite sugary cereals and settle in for an early morning cartoon marathon.
Cask! Social (August 26 @ Rainhard Brewing Co.)
An afternoon of local, one-off Cask ales from Rainhard brewery, Revel Cider and Junction Craft Brewing. There'll also be a brand new beer and food from Cut the Cheese.
Halo Halo Filipino Festival 2017 (August 27 @ Wychwood Barns)
Admission is free to this festival with lots and lots of halo halo.
Otto's BBQ & 2 Year Anniversary (August 27 @ Cold Tea)
Otto's is celebrating two years of parties, and countless doners with a backyard bbq in Kensington Market.
Downsview Park Ribfest (September 1-4 @ Downsview Park)
The massive East-end Ribfest returns for a second year with an endless walkway of rib vendors, there'll also be music and entertainment stages.
Hot & Spicy Food Festival (September 1-4 @ Harbourfront Centre)
This waterside festival showcases Canadian celebrity chefs, a curated food market of food to challenge your tolerance levels, a cooking competition and lots of blue bands.
Lechon Festival 2017 (September 2 @ Wychwood Barns Community Association)
This is a food fest that promotes Philippino cuisine and culinary heritage through food vendors, demonstrations, and sampling.
Richmond Hill Food Truck Festival (September 2 @ Richmond Green Park)
Trucks will be lined up at this Richmond Hill park all weekend long to serve something new. There'll also be drinks, entertainment, and lots of parking.
by Phil Villeneuve via blogTO
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