The most wonderful time of the year is almost here! And as we all know, each year, Toronto goes all out when it comes to the holidays, with countless festive events and attractions popping up all throughout the city. If you happen to be a bit of a foodie, you’re in luck as there are a number of great holiday food events worth checking out this year that will surely put you in the festive spirit.

Check out there holiday food events happening in Toronto!

The Distillery Winter Village

When: November 17th to December 31st
Where: Toronto Distillery District

The annual holiday market returns this year to welcome thousands of visitors and warm up with a cup of hot chocolate, indulge in festive treats and eats from the market vendors, and shop for gifts from local shops and booths, all while exploring the market under twinkly lights.

Taste of the Holidays

When: November 18, 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
Where: Eataly, 55 Bloor Street West Toronto

Come and follow a holiday trail throughout Eataly’s marketplace as you enjoy 10 different authentic Italian bites, from decadent desserts like artisanal panettone dipped in Venchi chocolate hazelnut spread to savoury bites like agnolotti del plin, and holiday classics like freshly roasted chestnuts. ⁣

Miracle Toronto

When: November 18th to December 31st
Where: 875 Bloor Street West

Miracle is back once again, bringing a Christmas-themed pop-up cocktail bar serving holiday cocktails in a festive setting to Toronto. With kitschy holiday decor, cocktails by the team at Civil Liberties, and the nostalgic energy of the best office party you’ve ever been to, Miracle is sure to get even the grouchiest Grinch in the holiday spirit.

Swedish Christmas Fair

When: November 19th and 20th
Where: Daniels Spectrum, 585 Dundas Street East

The Swedish Christmas Fair, hosted by SWEA Toronto, attracts thousands of people each year who come to experience Swedish Christmas food, design, folk art, crafts, and traditions. There will also be the traditional Glögg stand (Swedish mulled wine), Swedish candy, and the traditional Swedish dance around the Christmas tree to celebrate the holidays.

Northern Lights TO   

When: December 1st to January 8th
Where: Grand Bizarre at Exhibition Place

Northern Lights is an immersive experience that wraps you up in the lights, sights, sounds, and feelings of the holidays. Bring your festive spirit and explore 80,000 square feet of holiday fun including art installations, dazzling décor, a 25-foot illuminated Christmas tree, games and activities, a holiday vendor market, festive food and drinks, and much more. Tickets are on sale now and a portion of every admission ticket sold will be donated to The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids).

Holiday Fair in the Square

When: December 2nd to 23rd
Where: 100 Queen Street West

Toronto’s Holiday Fair in the Square is the ultimate foodie wonderland. Whether you’re looking for something sweet, a drink to warm you up, or just somewhere different to go for dinner, the Holiday Fair in the Square features seasonal snacks and delicious cuisines from some of Toronto’s finest food trucks and gourmet merchants.

Improv Holiday Brunch

When: Sundays – December 4th to 18th
Where: Second City, 1 York Street

Comedy and brunch, what more could you ask for? For three weekends only this holiday season, come and enjoy a scrumptiously seasonal breakfast and a totally improvised comedy show from some of the city’s funniest.

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