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Posted May 27, 2017 by samuek in Blog Archive

A Worldwide Festival Returns to Toronto – Taste of Toronto




You go to thier restaurants. Maybe you have been to their 1st or 4th restaurant. They hire the best talent for each new restaurant to produce their menus. At this point of their popularity they cannot be everywhere at once. The restaurants usually do not suffer but thrive under the creativity of the sourced talent. Some even find partners for each new concept and will manage and curate almost as a consultant to their own places. Nothing wrong with this at all. The point is, having one of these top talents actually cooking for you directly is rare. Well, here is your opportunity to have access to the city’s best…intimate, accessible and of course photo “opp-able.”

As usual, it is not just access to the chefs but the innovative activities created each year.


Straight from the website:

Taste of Toronto occurs just once a year. In 2017, the event will be held at Garrison Common, Fort York from June 15-18. With 25,000 food-loving visitors in attendance, this is the highlight of the summer foodie calendar. Toronto’s latest, greatest and most exciting restaurants will serve taster size signature dishes, world-class chefs will appear in live cooking demonstrations and, as always, there will be many opportunities to get hands-on with interactive Metro Master Classes and shop from an array of over 60 food and drink exhibitors.”

Sound convincing?

Look for some amazing talent…here are just a few of our favorites. If you don’t know these people, get on it.

Elia Herrera – Los Colibris (we love fierce talent)

Ivana Raca – Raca Bar (Love us some Raca cuisine)

Grant Van Gameren – Bar Isabel, Bar Raval (and others we love)

Kazuki Uchigoshi – Miku (we love Aburi)

Mark McEwan – North 44, Bymark, Fabbrica, One (we love this guy)

Taste of Toronto has afternoon sessions on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, and evening sessions on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Each session lasts between 4-5 hours (depending on the day) giving you time to enjoy your pick of restaurant dishes, browse the exhibitor stalls and enjoy some of the many attractions. Tickets are sold for each session and are only valid for the time and date indicated on the ticket. Dates and times shown below:

Thursday June 15, 5.30pm – 10:00pm

Friday June 16, 11.30am – 4:00pm

Friday June 16, 5.30pm – 10:00pm

Saturday June 17, 11.30am – 4:00pm

Saturday June 17, 5.30pm – 10:00pm

Sunday June 18, 12:00pm – 5:00pm





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