Taste of Toronto is in its third year and in 2016, it’s expanding to Garrison Common at Fort York from June 23-26. Come hungry because your belly will thank you as you enjoy food by some of Toronto’s most revered chefs. Taste of Toronto includes hands on master classes, live demos, a marketplace and some of the best cuisine you will ever taste.
More than 22,000 people showed up for last year’s Taste of Toronto. They enjoyed well over 60,000 dishes, celebrity chefs and a party that anyone’s taste buds would love. Building off that momentum Taste of Toronto 2016 will included more than 70 exhibitors in the vendor marketplace plus new programs and activities to ramp up the experience. Senior Vice President of the Global Head of Culinary describes Taste of Toronto as a food powerhouse.
This year’s lineup includes Kazuya Matsuoka of Miku Toronto, David Lee of Nota Bene, and Chris Kalisperas of the Greek Taverna Mamakas. Victor Barry is a fan favorite and returns to showcase his new Italian restaurant Piano Piano. Others included are Mark McEwan of McEwan Group, Carl Heinrich of Richmond Station, Ted Corrado of The Drake Hotel, Drake Devonshire and Drake One Fifty, Elia Herreara of El Cabalito Tequila y Tacos and Los Colibris and Adrian Niman of Rasa.
Taste of Toronto is just that. There’s something for everyone and this event is like taking a culinary trip around Toronto. Each pop-up restaurant offers three dishes and you’re guaranteed to like two out of three of them.
Tickets are available now and General admission tickets start at $19, kids under 12 are free and kids 12 to 17 are $10. VIP and AMEX ticket packages are also available if you’re looking for the ultimate experience. Buy your tickets here and stay tuned to Love This City TV for more info on all things Taste of Toronto Festival. June 23-26 you’re definitely not going to starve.