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Riverside Eats Virtually: an evening with local Chefs for a Good Cause!
August 26, 2020 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm| $15.00
About this Event
On Wednesday, August 26, from 7-8pm, get ready to feast your eyes on Toronto’s Riverside neighbourhood with our first virtual event! Join for an evening virtually full of local food, fun, and fundraising! Get to know local chefs and their favourite summer recipes, enjoy some comedy and banter with our incredible hosts, and get a chance to win in our prize draws of locally-sourced gifts.
All proceeds will go to support the local Food Program at Mustard Seed Fontbonne Ministries in Toronto’s Riverside neighbourhood! Find out more, get your tickets and make a donation
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More about the event:
Riverside Eats ‘Virtually’ showcases local businesses and chefs, the area’s family-friendly food outlets, and unique small town in the big city atmosphere.
Get to know a few of the top chefs of Riverside’s diversity of restaurants including Eastbound Brewing Co., Est Restaurant, Punjabi By Nature and Tabule Middle Eastern Cuisine. It’s time for a glimpse behind the scenes of some of their signature dishes!
You’ll also be treated to live entertainment, tours and trivia with our hosts including local actor and comedian Lars Classington of Laughing Vikings and Jon Paulson of J & C Toronto!
All proceeds of Riverside Eats will go to support the local Food Program at Mustard Seed Fontbonne Ministries – our charitable partner – who run an incredible local food program offering take-away lunches on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays to over 100 local people in need.
A HUGE thanks to our event collaborators and partners: the Riverside BIA, J & C Toronto Realty, Eastbound Brewing Co. ,Tabule Middle Eastern Cuisines, Est Restaurant, Punjabi By Nature, Laughing Vikings, and our charitable partner, Fontbonne Ministries.
Thank you to the City of Toronto BIA Innovation Fund for helping make this project possible.