Upcoming food events in Toronto include all-you-can-eat pierogiÂ nights, a street eats festival, and a huge whisky bash at Ripley's Aquarium.Events you might want to check out:
Waves & Whisky (November 24 @ Ripley's Aquarium of Canada)
Warp back in time to the Prohibition era as Ripley's Aquarium redecorates itself with rustic, whisky filled bars for this 19+ event. No snitches allowed!
Movember Bourbon Tasting Jamboree (November 24 @ Home of the Brave)
Home of the Brave have partnered with Buffalo Trace to host a bourbon tasting and party to support the Movember cause.
Tastes of the Congo (November 24 @ The Depanneur)
Discover new dishes at chef Momo's dinner at the Depanneur with a fantastic menu of delicious Congolese specialties.
Steambox Dumplings at Saulter Street Brewery (November 24 @ Steambox Dumplings)
Arrive hungry and thirsty, because Steambox pops up in the brewery with a selection of their handcrafted meat and vegan dumplings.
Free Peameal Bacon and Egg Sandwiches: Rashers 5th Anniversary (November 25 @ Rashers)
To celebrate five years in Toronto, Rashers is giving away peameal bacon and egg sandwiches to the first 100 customers at both their Queen St E and Ossington locations.
Soul Chocolate Holiday Pop-Up (November 25-26 @ Left Field Brewery)
Soul Chocolate pops up at the brewery with advent calendars and chocolate for sale out of their unique camper van. They'll also tap a special cask infused with Soul Chocolate cocoa nibs.
Swedish Christmas Fair (November 25-26 @ Harbourfront Centre)
Fill up on Scandinavian food and drink lots of glgg at this waterfront festival that also features folk dancing, crafts and a holiday market.
Street Eats Fest (November 29 @ 40 Oaks)
Live music, fun and the city's best street food all will come together at this dynamic event full of complimentary samples and food prep demonstrations.
Christmas Beer Dinner with Eastbound Brewing Co. & Sawdust City Brewing Co. (November 30 @ Eastbound Brewing Company)
Be among the first to try the new Belgian Christmas Ale while sitting down for a five course meal. Tickets are $80 and include all food and beer pairings.
Evergreen's Winter Village (December 2-31 @ Evergreen Brick Works)
Experience the magic of winter at Evergreen’s Winter Village while sampling tasty eats by some of the city's best bakers.
Hop Chow: Craft Beer & Food Pairing Festival (December 2 @ 99 Sudbury)
Not your average festival, Hop Chow will offer beer and food lovers artfully curated pairings from Toronto’s most innovative purveyors. A delicious menu of bites and brews awaits.
Tennessee Tavern Pierogi Eating Contest (December 3 @ Tennessee Tavern)
Witness some of Torontos biggest eaters take down a mountain of pierogies or join in on the all-you-can-eat fun for only $5.95!
Ramen Heads (December 22-31 @ Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema)
Ramen fans won't want to miss this documentary about Osamu Tomita, one of the most revered ramen chefs in Japan, as he takes viewers on a tour of the best ramen shops in the country.
by Corey Van Den Hoogenband via blogTO