Celebrate Canada’s National Drink At Caesar Fest This Month

We’re super excited to announce the original Caesar Fest is coming to Toronto this month. Covering three levels, with over 6,000 square feet of area to drink and play in, including a rooftop terrace, with breath-taking views of the city, Caesar Fest is ramping up to be Canada’s largest dedicated festival surrounding this proudly Canadian iconic drink.

Located in downtown Toronto, the event is taking place steps from trendy Queen West and coming July 22nd!

Tickets are on  sale now with ticket prices starting at $35 (Early Bird) to $60 (VIP)

Each guest is given a passport with over 10 stations to explore in this Caesar inspired space. Every person is treated to five complimentary sample Caesars of their choice; Each Caesar is distinct and crafted by Caesar bartending connoisseurs. Each one topped with their own special garnish. A slider garnish – yes please! How about a fiery, mix that makes your eyes water, for heat lovers?

To compliment your Caesar, guests will also receive five tasty food pairings made by Toronto’s top culinary talent. Of course, our Caesar event wouldn’t be complete without crowning the Toronto Caesar of all Caesars!

There will be live art, amazing entertainment, celebrity judges and of course great moments with friends. And so much more fun stuff going on!

Caesar Fest will turn your average Summer Sunday into an epic Caesar Fun Day as we don’t believe in time restricted sessions. Guests can enjoy the festivities all afternoon long from 12 pm to 5 pm.

This is a 19+ event. Please drink responsibly and don’t forget to #CaesarTheMoment

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