Food events in Toronto this July ask you to break out your best pink and white duds for the Rosé Picnic. Summerlicious is set to take over spots around the city. Markham's biggest night market is back and there's a new German food festival to look forward to.Events you might want to check out:
Taste of Lawrence (July 5-7 @ Lawrence Ave. E)
Scarborough’s largest street festival is serving up food from all over the world with over 130 vendors alongside music, activities and a midway.
Summerlicious (July 5-21 @ Multiple Venues)
Nearly 200 spots all over the city are taking part in this huge culinary event and offering special summer dinner and lunch menus just for the occasion.
Fusion of Taste Festival (July 7 @ Intersection of Albion Road and Islington Avenue)
Foods from all over the world are mixed together to create new flavours during this big food festival with drinks, music, entertainment and more.
Night It Up! (July 12-14 @ Markham Civic Centre)
Markham's biggest food festival is back in the style of a traditional Asian night market with tons of incredible food, performances, music and more.
Taste of Vietnam (July 19 @ Nathan Phillips Square)
Traditional Vietnamese food and culture are on at this festival that will see NPS filled with decorations, music, games and a parade.
Pizza Fest (July 19-21 @ Ontario Place)
Pizza lovers, rejoice! This pizza festival is back and bigger than ever, taking over Ontario Place with a weekend of cheesy goodness.
Taste of Germany (July 21 @ Evergreen Brick Works)
New this year is the festival dedicated to all-things German food with plenty of sauerkraut, bratwurst and beer, plus music and an arts market.
Festival of Beer (July 26-28 @ Bandshell Park)
Beer and grub is only one part of this big festival as it includes performances by Ashanti and Ja Rule, members of the Wu Tang Clan and Dwayne Gretzky.
Rosé Picnic (July 27 @ Stanley Barracks at Hotel X Toronto)
White and pink are the colours of the day at this boozy picnic in the garden that features food, music, Instagram backdrops and, of course, drinks.
Taste of the Middle East (July 27 @ Yonge-Dundas Square)
Goodies from all over the Middle East make up this big festival with sweet and savoury bites, a market, music and more.
by Lisa Power via blogTO