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Friday, October 27, 2017

Toronto food events: Chocolate Festival, Google Donuts, Free Philly Cheesesteak

Food fans have a number of sweet treats to look forward to this week, between a mini donut pop-up and a luxury chocolate show. Free Philly cheesesteak, poutine, and strawberry mochi all await those who can brave the inevitable lineups. 

Events you might want to check out:

Google Home Mini Donut Shop (October 26-27 @ Yong-Dundas Square)
To celebrate the launch of the donut-sized Google Home Mini, the tech juggernaut built a pop-up donut shop and are setting up at Yonge and Dundas Square. Inside you'll nab free donuts plus a chance to win a brand new Google Home Mini.
Canada's Baking and Sweets Show (October 28 @ International Centre)
A lineup of North America's best artisan bakers, care makers, and celebrated pastry chefs will teach you the skills you crave through live demonstrations and hands-on classes.
After-Hours Sip & Shop Pop-Up Market (October 28 @ STUDIO by the Nooks)
Shop for hand-made, local goods while sipping artisanal, hand-crafted beverages in what should be a perfectly cozy way to enjoy an autumn evening.
Early Trick or Treat at CoCo Tea (October 29 @ Multiple Venues)
Customers visiting CoCo Tea can draw one random coupon for next time use, with deals ranging from free drinks to discounted bubble tea.
Free Strawberry Mochi (October 30-31 @ HCafe Unionville)
HCafe Unionville is giving out free strawberry mochi as a trick or treat gift to customers ordering any other dessert or drink on October 30th and 31st.
Halloween FoodFair (October 31 @ Peter Pan Bistro)
If handing out candy isn't your thing, FoodFair is offering an unforgettable five-course dinner and wine-pairing on Halloween night, designed by five of Toronto's leading chefs. Yes, costumes are encouraged.
Chau Pop Up x Radical Road Brewing (October 31 @ Radical Road Brewing)
Once a month, Chau takes over the Radical Road Brewing Company's kitchen to serve up modern asian bites paired with craft beer and live music. For Halloween, they're featuring a scare-themed menu, with items like Death by Bao and more.
Free Philly Cheesesteak Sandwiches and Poutine (November 3 @ Philthy Philly’s)
In celebration of their new Yonge Street location's grand opening, Philthy Philly's is giving away 100 free Philly cheesesteak sandwiches and 100 free poutines to the first people in line starting at 6 PM.
Syrian Refugee Community Dinner (November 3 @ Paintbox Catering & Bistro)
Six Syrian Refugees are coming together at Paintbox to present an open buffet, bringing the beautiful delicacy of Syrian cuisine to Toronto. The event looks to help the many Refugees better integrate into Canadian society and help with their employability problems.
Toronto Luxury Chocolate Show (November 4-5 @ Toronto Public Library - Toronto Reference Library, Salons)
A hallmark of the annual Toronto Chocolate Festival, the 7th Toronto International Luxury Chocolate Show will bring hourly demonstrations and free samples of diverse, fine artisan and imported chocolate products, as well as purchasable treats to take home.

by Corey Van Den Hoogenband via blogTO

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