Food events in Toronto this week see Café Diplomatico rolling back prices to what they were 50 years ago, a huge veggie market and George Brown students showing off their stuff.Events you might want to check out:
Throwback Thursdays (April 26 - August 9 @ Cafe Diplomatico)
This Toronto institution is celebrating its 50th anniversary with prices on some items rolled back to what they were five decades ago.
Baha's Samosa Pop-Up (April 27 @ Left Field Brewery)
Baha's is taking up shop inside of Left Field for some brew and samosa pairings.
Room 4 Dessert (April 27 @ George Brown College Centre for Hospitality and Culinary Arts)
Stations upon stations of sweet treats, cheeses and desserts are presented by George Brown culinary school student chefs.
Food Truck'N Friday (April 27 @ Parking lot at Bloor Street West and Resurrection Road)
A new lineup of food trucks is going down this week, including Gotham Grill, Delight Bite, Feedthe6 and more. Plus Filipino street snacks and bubble tea.
Bagel With A Smile (April 28-29 @ Bagel Time)
Bagel Time is looking to cheer Toronto up with their smiley face bagel creations.
Veg Spring Market (April 29 @ Artscape Wychwood Barns)
Spring is here and this annual celebration of all things vegetarian includes tons of vendors, activities and workshops.
Chef's Showcase (May 3 @ George Brown School of Hospitality & Culinary Art)
George Brown alumni return to serve up some good in support of the Junior League of Toronto, helping their mission to build up women as civic leaders.
Gluten Free Garage (May 27 @ Artscape Wychwood Barns)
This huge gathering of gluten-free goodies includes: vendors, food trucks, speakers, drinks and samples.
Taste of Russia Festival (June 10 @ Mel Lastman Square)
Food, dance, art and shopping are all happening in celebration of Russian culture.
Toronto's Festival of Beer (July 26-29 @ Bandshell Park)
Another thing to look forward to this summer: this outdoor festival will feature hundreds of brews and lots of food.
Veg Food Fest (September 7-9 @ Harbourfront Centre)
Vegetarian vendors serve up tons of yummy goodies during this three day festival at Harbourfront Centre.
by Lisa Power via blogTO