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Friday, December 1, 2017

Toronto food events: Free Taiwanese Chicken, Vegan Market, I Heart Beer Festival

December's shaping up to be a good month for Toronto food and drink fans, what with events like the I Heart Beer Festival and the Foodie Holiday Market. Folks looking to chow down this weekend can also nab free Taiwanese fried chicken and/or insanely cheap pierogi in Parkdale.  

Events you might want to check out:

Christmas in the Valley (December 2 @ Miller Lash House)
Hosted in a historic house, watch Maple Taffy be made, sip warm apple cider, or check out the smoked meat food truck, all while 30 + local artists showcasing their works.
Evergreen's Winter Village (December 2-31 @ Evergreen Brick Works)
Experience the magic of winter at Evergreen’s Winter Village with campfires, nature walks, and other outdoor activities. There's also food truck eats and shopping ops at the Etsy market.
Hop Chow: Craft Beer & Food Pairing Festival (December 2 @ 99 Sudbury)
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!
I Heart Beer Holiday Festival (December 9 @ Queen Elizabeth Building)
Take out your ugly Christmas Sweater to sip beer, cider and spirits alongside Santa Claus while snacking from some of the many food trucks on site.
Withrow's Winter Market (December 15-16 @ Crow's Theatre)
Locally handcrafted goods, artisanal foods and local farmers, this winter market affords you the perfect opportunity to find tasty holiday treats to bring to any holiday party.
Hope for the Holidays: A Canadian-Syrian Fundraiser (December 15 @ Ralph Thornton Community Centre)
Syrian foods and sounds are the stars of this elegant night dedicated to inviting Canadians new and old to celebrate Syrian culture.
Foodie Holiday Market (December 16-17 @ Toronto Botanical Garden)
Toronto's Botanical Gardens plays host to over 40 emerging and established artisan food makers, sumptuous sample treats, and even more food-focused vendors.
Beer & Chocolate Pop-Up (December 16 @ LCBO Pop-Up Shop)
Nickel Brook Brewing partners with Soul Chocolate and the LCBO Pop-Up Store for a delicious workshop, pairing three barrel-aged beers with some of Toronto’s own Soul Chocolates.
Toronto Vegan Winter Market (December 17 @ Lithuanian House)
Back with a new, larger location, even more food and fun from a curated selection of vegan-friendly local businesses await.
Ramen Heads (December 22-31 @ Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema)
Osamu Tomita, one of the most revered ramen chefs in Japan, takes viewers on a tour of the best ramen shops in his country in this new feature heading to Hot Docs.
12 Beers of the Holidays (December 22 @ Gladstone Hotel)
12 local breweries are getting into the festive spirit by bringing you an all-you-can-taste beer drinking extravaganza. This one tends to sell out, so be sure to nab tickets before they're gone.
Christmas Dinner at One King West (December 24-25 @ One King West)
Don't feel like cooking this Christmas? One King West has you covered with a four-course dinner, including butternut squash soup, butter whipped mashed potato, and roasted turkey breast.
Kiin New Year's Eve Dinner by Chef Nuit (December 31 @ Kiin)
Before heading out to your New Year's Eve party, ensure your last meal of 2017 is a memorable one with the esteemed Chef Nuit's Thai inspired dinner.
Free Taiwanese Fried Chicken (December 1-7 @ Cheers Cut)
This newly opened Taiwanese chicken spot is celebrating its grand opening by giving away 50 of their deep-fried chicken filets to the first 50 customers each day from December 1 to 7.

by Corey Van Den Hoogenband via blogTO

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