Food events in Toronto for October 2019 mean you're in for a treat as a month-long chocolate festival kicks off. There's an all-you-can-eat burger party and a new tequila festival. You can slurp for a good cause at Empty Bowls, while Oktoberfest events are happening all over.Events you might want to check out:
Chocolate Festival (October 1-31 @ Multiple Venues)
Chocolate lovers are in for a month of treats as this festival returns with events that include the Chocolate Ball, afternoon tea and tasting sessions.
Tequila Festival (October 4 @ Berkeley Church)
New this year is a festival devoted to boozy delights centred on tequila and mezcal, with drinks that use both in new and old ways.
FoodBall (October 4 @ Liberty Grand Entertainment Complex)
Over 40 chefs from all over are coming to Toronto for this huge tasting experience with gourmet treats that show off each chef's personal style.
Food Film Fest (October 4-5 @ Multiple Venues)
It's not just a film festival — food of all sorts is being paired with flicks for two days of screenings, workshops, talks and treats.
Burger Drops (October 5 @ Spaces Queen West)
Put on your eatin' pants cause this all-you-can-eat burger party has teamed up with hamburger expert George Motz for a night of good eats and drinks.
Craftchella (October 5 @ Liberty Commons at Big Rock Brewery)
Summer beer season vibes are still going strong at this small but mighty beer festival with eight local breweries serving up fresh suds and pub bites.
Pancakes and Booze Art Show (October 5 @ Revival)
Booze and pancakes are coming together in a holy union for a night of local art, music, unlimited fluffy cakes and plenty of booze.
VegHeads Market (October 13 @ Artscape Wychwood Barns)
Fresh, local vegetarian food, drink and products galore are on at this big market that also includes entertainment, like an eco-friendly fashion show.
Cask Days (October 18-20 @ Evergreen Brick Works)
Cask Days is back with a full day of unpasteurized, unfiltered and naturally carbonated beer served right from the cask, plus games, music and more.
Empty Bowls (October 24 @ Gardiner Museum)
Over 400 handcrafted bowls are up for sale at this fundraiser that features local chefs serving up delicious soup right in them.
by Lisa Power via blogTO