The greatest annual Toronto foodie event returns for its 25th year on Sunday.
And if you’ve never been to Toronto Taste, now is definitely the time to change that.
The legendary evening (this Sunday, June 7th) is presented by The Daniels Corporation and brings together 50 top chefs lakeside at Chorus Quay for a Sunday night feast among the best and brightest in the city.
The event takes place to support Second Harvest’s Food Rescue program, which has provided fresh food to Torontonians in need since 1985.
Toronto Taste proceeds have helped Second Harvest continue to deliver 20,000 meals to Torontonians in need each and every day. Each ticket purchased makes another 500 meals available to the community.
This year’s theme is Silver Elegance, in honour of their silver anniversary, and participants are encouraged to wear their finest cocktail duds and silver accessories.
Confirmed chefs include: Marc McEwan, Dufflet Rosenberg, Anthony Law, Hidde Zomer, Brad Long, Damon Campbell, Drew Anthony, Erin Marcus, Wayne Morris, Rob Gentile, Peter Morris, Carolyn Reed, and many, many more.
If you’re more of an all-you-can-drink fan, the libations will be provided by Flying Monkeys, Amsterdam Brewery, Glenfiddich, Great Lakes Brewery, Mill Street Brewery, Jackson Family Wines, Cave Springs Cellars, Creemore Brewery and more.
The event will also offer up three auctions to support the cause – a live auction, a silent auction, and a fine wine auction with huge prizes up for grabs including a trip to Greece and many culinary prizes.
With this many incredible chefs coming together for a cause, expect every chef to be bringing their A game in order to come out with the best dish of the evening.
Tickets for the event are a steep $250, but as it’s a charitable cause you’ll receive a tax receipt for $125. It’s an incredible way to give back while also indulging in some of the best food you’ll eat all year.