Taste of Toronto just got even better.
Earlier this week, it was announced that the world-renowned restaurant festival would partner with the much buzzed about WayHome Music and Arts Festival.
Basically, this means that Taste of Toronto will offer a feast for your belly, but also your ears, as visitors to the festival – which takes place July 2 through July 5 at Fort York – includes live musical performances curated by WayHome Music and Arts.
So basically, it’s a combo of two of the city’s hottest summer festivals.
If you’re in the dark, Taste of Toronto will feature both signature and tasting dishes from some of your favourite spots in the city, live cooking classes and demonstrations, and the chance to interact with both local and international chefs.
And by some of the your favourite spots in the city, we mean THR&Co, Splendido, los Colibris, Rasa, Patris, Bosk, Montecito, and Drake 150 – just to name a few.
The Toronto festival is part of the Taste Festivals, an IMG event that’s considered the world’s greatest restaurant festival. The concept began 12 years ago in London, UK, and has grown into an international event with festivals in 22 cities around the world including Dubai, Amsterdam, Milan, Paris, Melbourne, Dublin, Sydney, and Johannesburg, to name a few.
So, yeah, it’s going to be good.
Making for a fun, interactive date, or day with the guys or ladies, the festival is a great option for food lovers, people watchers, and live music aficionados (the full music lineup will be announced soon).
General tickets to Taste of Toronto start from $19.00.