Forget about the music festivals, it’s the food festivals that make Toronto the best city to live in. We love food, all kinds of food, and the summer months allow us have it all and in one convenient place.
Toronto Rib Fest | June 27 – July 1
The 16th annual Toronto Rib Fest literally kicks off our Canadian summer in a circus style food frenzy. Held in Etobicoke at Centennial Park with two stages going non-stop, free KidzZone activities, and Toronto’s largest mobile midway. Watch the fireworks from the top of a hill while digging into a funnel cake like a true Canadian.
Taste of Toronto | July 2 – 5
In case you didn’t know Fort York is hosting upwards of 20,000 visitors across four days in the beginning of July. Featuring world-class chefs, Toronto’s top restaurants and over 70 exhibitors, this is as close to foodie heaven as it gets.
Summerlicious 2015 | July 3 – 26
In case you need another reason to dine out in Toronto during the month of July, Summerlicious makes it painless by making it more affordable and providing prix fixe lunch and dinner throughout the city. Taste some of the diverse cuisine Toronto has to offer with over 200 restaurants to choose from.
Night It Up | July 24 – 26
This is an outdoor night market styled in the vein of night markets from Taiwan and Hong Kong and across all of Asia. Check out over 120 food and merchandise vendors selling everything from street cuisine to tiny trinkets in true Asian night market style. This is legit!