Toronto food events may be winding down for the year, but all that means is another year full of awesome food opportunities is just around the corner. Here you'll find the final food events of the year, plus the major festivals and pop-ups happening in the first quarter of 2018.Events you might want to check out:
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 at Hot Docs.
Woman Made Holiday Market (December 23 @ Trinity-St. Pauls United Church)
This market encourages consumers to shop women-owned businesses, showcasing local arts, crafts, jewelery, and of course edible treats from local bakers.
Parkdale Food Drive (December 29 @ The Baby G)
The Baby G is hosting a food drive for the Parkdale Community Food Bank through a concert fundraiser featuring Teenager, Prom Nite, and Lee Paradise.
Niagara Icewine Tour (January 12-28 @ New World Wine Tours)
A tour bus will pick you up in Toronto and take you to Niagara wine country for a day, where you'll learn about icewine production, tour the vineyard, and dig in on lunch at the winery.
Dipped Donut Pop-Up (January 14 @ Left Field Brewery)
There'll be flavours aplenty as Dipped Donuts pops up in the brewery with an array of delicious donut creations.
Winterlicious (January 26 - February 18 @ Multiple Venues)
Experience Toronto’s diverse cuisine through one-of-a-kind culinary events and prix fixe lunch and dinner menus. More than 200 restaurants are participating in this celebration of all things tasty.
Toronto Tea Festival (February 3-4 @ Toronto Reference Library)
Taste some of the finest tea in the world and learn about tea culture alongside other fans at this three day festival taking place at the Toronto Reference Library.
Winter Craft Beer Festival (February 10 @ Roundhouse Park)
Craft beer, food trucks, campfires and DJs await at the Roundhouse’s cheap winter beer festival on February 10. Once you're in, you'll be able to get full pints for 2 dollars tops.
Toronto Winter Brewfest (March 2-4 @ Enercare Centre)
This massive indoor beer festival is back for its third year, taking over the Enercare Centre to present 40 breweries, 150 beers, food trucks, and more over three days.
by Corey Van Den Hoogenband via blogTO
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