This weekend in Toronto is all about the food. There are three amazing food events happening in Toronto this weekend, so check them out (and bring your appetite!).
Start the weekend off right at the Toronto Food and Drink Market (April 8th – 10th). The popular three-day festival features lots of amazing food and drink options from over 100 vendors. There’s a Farmers Market where you can pick up fresh produce and hand-crafted baked goods and other delicious treats. There are also Master classes with top chefs (leading interactive cooking demonstrations) and the most popular food trucks in the city. Adult admission is $12 per person (which does not include participation in the Master Chef classes).
For all of you curry lovers out there, check out CurryFest (Saturday April 9th) at the Aga Khan Museum. Feast on a wide variety of curry dishes and check out the Aga Khan museum, which will be open after hours for CurryFest. Tickets are $12.66 for all-you-can-eat delicious curry.
What could be better than a water fight and all-you-can-eat Thai food? In celebration of the Thai New year, Nana will be hosting Songkran in Toronto. There will be water fights as well as specially prepared all-you-can-eat dishes (just like in Thailand). Tickets are $40.
Enjoy your weekend of eating and be sure to tell us all about it on Monday!
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