October is always a busy month in Toronto, and there’s no shortage of things to do for those looking to indulge in something delicious. So, if you’re looking for something new to indulge in this month, keep reading!
We’ve rounded up all of the best food and drink events and activities around Toronto worth checking out this October.
Bundle up and grab your friends and head to this cozy outdoor food and wine pop-up that features a pumpkin patch, wood-fired food, a massive hay-bale sofa, and live music.
Where: 164 Bathurst Street
When: On until October 30, 12 pm to 11 pm
This Halloween pop-up bar is the place to be for those looking to indulge in some spooky libations this month. Open throughout October, Black Lagoon will serve up creepy cocktails in an equally eerie immersive space.
Where: 875 Bloor Street West (Upstairs)
When: On until October 31st
If you’re looking for a decadent activity to try, head to The OMNI King Edward Hotel, which is hosting a special chocolate-themed afternoon tea as part of the Toronto Chocolate Festival. Patrons can look forward to a delicious tea menu complimented by chocolates and chocolate pastries. To make reservations please call the hotel directly at 416-863-9700.
Where: OMNI King Edward Hotel, 37 King Street East
When: Saturdays and Sundays until October 31
Pairing indie films with Toronto’s vibrant local food culture, this food festival invites attendees to come and discover mouth-watering and conversation-starting films along with specially curated snacks, workshops, and incredible tasting menus.
Where: Venues throughout the city
When: October 14-16
This festival celebrates every aspect of Nigeria’s rich and lively culture, from music and fashion to food, dance, and art.
Where: Royal Event Center, 30 Gordon Mackay Road
When: October 16, 1 pm to 8 pm
Come and indulge in over 50 variations of Canada’s favourite comfort food – poutine! In addition to all of the poutine creations you can handle, this event will also have roller skating, fire pits for marshmallow roasting, an artisan market, and more.
Where: Celebration Square, Mississauga
When: October 28-29
Delicious food and a spooky vibe? Say less. This Toronto event allows visitors of all ages can enjoy food, drinks, live entertainment, crafts, costumes, and so much more at this Halloween-themed food truck festival. While entrance admission is free, donations to support Variety Ontario’s unique programming for individuals with disabilities are appreciated!
Where: Variety Village — 3701 Danforth Avenue, Scarborough
When: October 29, 12 pm to 8 pm; October 30, 12 pm to 6 pm
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