I love “city-life” because there is always so much to do. I wish I could attend everything that I see and hear about. Even though I won’t make it to all of them, I will post interesting events upcoming and recently gone. The recently gone may prompt you to put them in your calendar for next year if they are annual. Or they may inspire you to watch for similar events in the city.
Today, I wish I could be at The Brewer’s Plate that offers this invite: “What does a great local feast taste like in the Southern Ontario spring? Celebrate the rich bounty of local, sustainable food and craft beer on April 17th. Toronto’s finest chefs match locavore fare with libations unlimited tastings from many of our finest Ontario craft brewers, VQA wineries and country cider cellars.”
Another event I have to give a pass to is happening on April 25th is the County in the City event at the Berkeley Church (311 Queen Street East). Samples of more than 50 different wines Prince Edward County – Ontario’s hottest growing wine region – will be on offer.
I had a great Prince Edward County “foodie” experience at the Green Living Show on Saturday, tasting bacon butter tarts (yes, I actually did), and several Prince Edward county wines of note. I thought the Pinot Noir went best with the tarts.
If you go to these or any other events, please let us know what you enjoyed most.