Events in Toronto this week give you the opportunity to get your paws on some free bingsu, and Rib Fest takes over Centennial Park. The Scarborough Night Market kicks off with three days of festivities and Regent Park is serving up some goodies.Events you might want to check out:
Scarborough Night Market (June 29 - July 1 @ Agincourt Mall)
The flavours of Hong Kong hit Toronto in celebration of Canada Day with food, music, shopping and free outdoor movies all weekend long.
Toronto Rib Fest (June 29 - July 2 @ Centennial Park)
Arguably one of the largest rib fest celebrations of the year, some of the biggest names in the rib game serve up some of the best ribs in the country.
Duke Eats Food Festival (June 30 @ 1290 Finch Avenue West)
Among all the food to be had, this huge outdoor festival boasts Indigenous markets, cultural showcases and live entertainment.
Beer.Diversity. (July 7 @ Black Creek Community Farm)
Ren Navarro believes that beer should be for everyone, and looks to discuss diversity in the beer industry while sipping on some brews.
Free Korean Bingsu (June 30 - July 1 @ Dear Fro)
Pick yourself up some Korean bingsu on a hot summer day, courtesy of Dear Fro as they launch two new flavours for the season.
Taste of Regent Park (July 4 - August 29 @ Toronto Regent Park)
Regent Park shows off its food and culture with a catered tasting series featuring an affordable produce market, activities, music and more.
Giro d'Italia (July 5-15 @ Multiple Venues)
Fifteen Italian resultants come together for a culinary experience with specials on menus meant to show of yummy regional Italian fare.
BurgerFest (July 13-15 @ Campbell House)
This is the year of the burger and a festival dedicated to the meaty creation is coming along with a beer garden, music, games and activities.
Summer Wine Jam (August 23 @ Berkeley Church)
Summer wouldn't be complete without a wine jam and this one features over 75 wines, pairings, tunes and good vibes into the night.
Food Truck Festival (August 3-6 @ Woodbine Park)
Woodbine Park is set to fill up with food trucks form all over the city. Take your pick from a ton of food options and crack a cold one to match.
The Famous Canadian Beer Run (September 15 @ Ontario Place)
A five-kilometre run is going down through Ontario Place, capped off with a beer festival. If running isn't your thing, there's yoga, live music and food to be had.
by Lisa Power via blogTO