Last month we headed out to the Waterdown Ribfest and it was a spectacular marathon of ribs and corn on the cob. Check my Instagram for the most recent foodporn fron June. I also had a great time at Brews & Bands, The Stops Night Market as well as the Launch Party for Taste of Burlington – but a new month calls for new Foodie events .. get your stretchy pants out!
JULY 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th – Sunday Marche at Evergreen Brick Works
Artisan Market featuring craft, art, and food – vendors include Jamie Kennedy Kitchen & Caplanskys Thunderin’ Thelma Food Truck
JULY 7th – Chefs Around The Block
A new Culinary Series that lets you explore the brains of some of Burlington’s best Chefs – and taste their tasty creations.
JULY 5th – 21st – 11th Annual Summerlicious
You know the drill by now- Price Fixe menus across the city at participating restaurants. Read about my most recent ‘licious adventure here
.JULY 13th – Farm Crawl
I’m really big an Farmer Markets this year so I was super excited to discover Farm Crawl – each farm has unique experiences and different scheduled events. Great opportunity to bring the family out to see where food comes from.
JULY 12th-14th – Night It Up!
Outdoor Market similar to those found in Taiwan, Hong Kong & Thailand. Over 100 food and merchandise vendors selling street food and trinkets. The closes thing you will get to an authentic night market in Asia without jumping on a plane.
JULY 13th -14th – Neob Lavender Festival
“Taste Niagara Lavender” – Enjoy lavender in all types of Culinary Delights! Roam lavender fields, watch demos, learn how to grow lavender – basically a complete Lavender Fest!
JULY 13th – Barrel Cellar Dinner
Dining in the barrel cellar under candlelight – sparkling wine reception, five course tasting menu, dessert after party – all within the breathtaking Peller Estates Winery Compound
JULY 21st- AUGUST 5th – Taste of Burlington
I love the idea of TOB because I’m personally brand new to the Burlington Food Scene and this provides me with a great opportunity to check out the restaurants without breaking the bank! We were invited to The Martini House last year and I’m looking forward to checking out some new places this year.
JULY 21st – Abbey’s Kitchen Stadium – Battle Two
“Abbey’s Kitchen Stadium, (AKS) is a celebration of Toronto’s vibrant food culture that brings together the city’s hottest restaurant, food truck and pop up vendor chefs to raise money for local food initiative, My Food My Way. AKS combines the model of the casual pop up party with the dinner interaction and entertainment quality of an action-packed cooking competition”
JULY 21st – 10th Annual Brazilfest Toronto
Try Brazilian drinks, cockails, bbq, bake goods and of course – dancing!
JULY 22nd – A Night of Cooking with Cutco at Vittorio’s!
Tickets include dinner and one drink ticket, a goodie bag and a chance to win some great prizes! There will be cooking consultants teaching you knife skills using Cutco cutlery.
John Petcoff from Oyster Boy on had at Henery og Pelham Winery shucking oysters paired with ‘oyster wines’
JULY 27th – Dine Amongst our Vines
Hosted by Peller Estates Winnery, enjoy summer -inspired wine and food pairings. Evening starts with sparkling reception, strolling through the vineyards and then dinning on a 4 course menu alfresco.
JULY 27th – Oysters + Riesling – Oh My!
Tide & Vine Oyster Company leading a spirited wine and oyster tasting seminar with Thirty Bench Winery.