Taste of Toronto returns to Fort York this summer with another all-star line-up of culinary heavyweights. Besides the food (including three creations from Masaharu Morimoto, who’s opening his first Canadian restaurant in Toronto later this year), there’ll be master classes with some of the city’s top chefs, a tasting room hosted by Charlie’s Burger’s Franco Stalteri, an open-air market with over 60 vendors and the Chef’s Table—a Q&A session with chefs and other food folk. Guests can look forward to a selection of dishes from 20 of the city’s restaurants, all priced between six and 10 “crowns” (the official currency accepted at the festival, and just a fun way to say “dollars”). We visited half of the kitchens to see what some of the participants will be dishing up.
$19 and up. July 2-5, Fort York, 100 Garrison Rd., tasteoftoronto.com