Toronto Food Festivals (Summer 2011)

Samosas: one of many yummy foods to try at Toronto’s Festival of India. Source.

In Toronto, there’s always something to be excited about. We live in one of the most beautiful cities in the world, as well as one of the most multicultural.

Numerous festivals take place in the GTA, many of them celebrating food. Don’t pretend your stomach isn’t growling at the very thought!!

Here’s a taste (clever, right?!) of the very best food festivals our city has to offer this summer:

The Taste of Little Italy celebrates all things Italian, especially the cuisine. Takes place from 17th to 19th June (that’s this weekend!) on College Street from Bathurst to Shaw. More information here.

Festival of India takes place on the 16th + 17th of July. It features yoga, a bazaar and a vegetarian feast. Plus, it’s free. More information here.

Taste of the Danforth is delicious! Greek food and Hellenic culture are celebrated at the Danforth year-round, but this festival is the icing on the cake… Or the spinach in the spanakopita? More information here.

The Toronto Vegetarian Festival celebrates a compassionate, veg*n lifestyle and the yummy food that comes with it. 9th-11th September 2011. More information here.

I’m hungry now…

Full disclosure: I am NOT affiliated with these festivals in any way. I just happen to like food and love Toronto (:

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| Rebecca | I love sparkles, books and making people feel good about themselves. | Writer @ etched in tin | Media Consultant and Co-facilitator for The Selectively Silent Child |
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