Still recovering from too much fun with a hundred variations on Harley Quinn over the Halloween weekend? Eating endless boxes of leftover candy because you thought more kids would be hitting up you doorstep? Hold on to those calories my friend cause this upcoming week is poised to be delicious.
Roy Thompson Hall, November 1
Coming together in support of breast cancer awareness and research, 60 top Female Toronto Chefs will be under one roof creating delicious bites for guests to devour. Enjoy amazing culinary creations while sipping away on any one of the drink vendors on site; all for a great cause.
Exhibition Place, November 4
One of the highlights for beer lovers at this years Royal Fair is the Craft Beer Awards. Sip and savour all of the contenders for one night only. Tickets start at $35.00 and include admission to the Fair.
Toronto Congress Centre, November 4-6
If you are building a home, renovating an existing one or just wanting to dream big then head to the Home and Lifestyle Show. All majors brands will be on hand to offer up great ideas and super sales. P.S. JVR from the Leafs will be on hand Friday night! Admission is $10.00.
Campbell Avenue Park, November 5th
Got some stuff hanging around you need to get rid of and don’t want the hassle of putting it online for sale? Then head to this truly free event and leave it behind. But bring a bag for yourself as there will be lots of other stuff up for grabs.
Exhibition Place, November 4-13
Not just a fair for farmers, horse lovers and agricultural enthusiasts, the Royal has events for food and drink lovers as well. Tickets start at $25.00.
Mod Club, November 5
Bringing together food and indie folk rock to one night, The Food Dudes have created an evening of epic sensory proportions. Enjoy food and drink curated by Toronto’s favorite caterers and enjoy upbeat toe tapping bluegrass music from Union Duke. Special art installations and curated cocktails round out a killer time. Tickets start at $30.
Artscape Daniel Spectrum, November 4-6
Unleash your inner crafter and fill up on creative ideas. Purchase products from one of a kind jewellers, ironworkers, ceramics makers and much more. Admission is free.
Metro Toronto Convention Centre, November 4-6
Fashion shows, makeover, health and beauty products, and of course booze is all under one roof in Toronto’s biggest geared to women trade show. Meet soap opera celebrities and get new tips and trick with home decor. Tickets are $13.
Roy Thompson Hall, November 6
Celebrating EVERYTHING there is about chocolate all under one roof. Demonstrations, classes, a marketplace and many, many samples to be tried. Tickets start at $21.00.