CraveTO - Ignite Your Senses

Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Spring has sprung and I already have a long list of MUST-ATTEND events in the city.  Being a foodie and beer lover in the city is very welcoming as there are a ton of excellent events for those who care about the well-being of their tummy. The first foodie/beer event of the spring that I will be attending is the CraveTO Ignite Your Senses event on Friday May 30th from 5 to 11 pm at Wychwood Barns.  This will be my first CraveTO event and I am pretty excited about the delicious food offerings!

Tocino Boys: Sweet bacon creations
Pizza Libretto: Real Neapolitan
Asada: Authentic Mexican flavours
The Saucy Pierogi: Modern pierogi creations
Food Dudes: Fun street food
We Got Balls: Huge ones and little ones
Mis Amigos: Multicultural street food
Mango Pinton: Latin-American gastronomy
Sweet Sammies: Ice cream artists
Mr.Corn: Roasting specialists
The Goods: Veggie delights
The Food Benders: Locally healthy
Oyster Boy: Freshly shucked
Albert's: Real Jamaican
The Sassy Lamb: Cupcake creations 

How good does that list look? mmmmmm.  I am a perogie fanatic so The Saucy Pierogi is a definite YES and I’m also very interested in trying Mis Amigos which is Latin-American cuisine. I’m sure as I walk around and look at all of the vendors I will end up trying a lot more than planned and you may or may not find me passed out on a grassy patch somewhere before the night is over.

There will also be craft beer vendors at this event which I’m happy about. Who doesn't love cold beer on a sunny day? Someone insane clearly...

Spearhead: Beer without boundaries
Hogtown: Character shaping
Mill Street: Bodacious batch brews
Amsterdam: Toronto’s original
Nickel Brook : Two generations of family brewing

Along with great beer and food there will be music to get the party started.

Amber Long – Vocalist, re-mixer, producer
Mike Gleeson – Bumpin deep house
Esther Benoit - Funky and playful international beats

This seems like such a great event to kick-off the great patio weather and indulge in some of Toronto’s best food vendors!

You can buy tickets here for general admission.  All food and beer offerings are $5 or less and wine, cider and liquor offerings are available at varying prices.

For updates make sure to follow the event on Facebook and Twitter.

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  1. Great to have you back, Natalie!
    Sounds like a lot of fun events for music and beer lovers

  2. How much are tix?


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