CALLING ALL BEER LOVERS! Are you prepared to experience the opportunity to try a variety of Ontario’s finest beers? Duggan’s Brewery has been the most-award winning brewery for the last 15 years and continues to produce some of Ontario’s finest beer!
Engage with the brew masters themselves at Duggan’s Brewery! What better way to enjoy your day than by attending Duggan’s Brewery for some of the tastiest food and beer the province has to offer. Duggan’s Brewery makes supreme quality beer and food beer with 8 exclusively featured beers that are all 100% locally produced!
DON’T FORGET – Duggan’s Brewery is also a retail beer store for those that wish to purchase and share the finest locally produced beer in Ontario with family and friends!
STAY TUNED – Duggan’s Brewery’s interactive and entertaining Jazz Wednesday’s and Trivia Night Thursdays is what brings Torontonians together, leading up to guest performances and DJ’s throughout the rest of the week nights at Duggan’s Brewery!
BRING HOME – Bring home your own GROWLER JUG filled with Duggan’s own Mile Ale, IPA and Sorachi!
DO NOT GET CONFUSED – Lunch and dinner at Duggan’s Brewery is filled with 100% Ontario local foods which are cooked and served exceptionally by the highly experienced executive Chef Rene! Do not forget to experience Duggan Brewery’s Brunch and Late Night Specials to further cater to your expectations. Make sure to call and book your reservations when needed to enjoy the brews and food Toronto’s Duggans Brewery has to offer!
CAPACITY: 100 seats and licensed up to 160 people grand total.
A/V: 1 Projector screen
5 Flatscreen T.V’s
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Massive tank and BREWERIES ON SITE
1346 Queen Street West Toronto, ON, M6K 1L4
Facebook : Duggan’s Brewery
First, let’s talk about beer! You will be able to enjoy one of the many festivals happening:
June 27th to July 1st: the Toronto Ribfest 2015 in Centennial Park. This large rib fest and music festival celebrates summer here in Toronto. You can enjoy delicious food, craft beers and great music. http://torontoribfest.com/
July 9th: Summer Craft Beer Fest.
This fun event takes place in Liberty Market Building and celebrates summer sunshine and ice-cold craft beer. You can stroll the streets of Liberty Market and maybe you will find your new favourite craft beer. http://www.summercraftbeerfest.com/
July 24-26th: the Toronto’s Festival of Beer happening from July 24th to the 26th in Bandshell Park at the CNE. This festival proposes a stage with amazing artists, Brewmaster sessions, a World of Beer Pavilion Ireland, new brews and the “Beerlicious grilling experience”. http://beerfestival.ca/
August 8th: The Roundhouse Craft Beer and Food Trucks. Taking place at Roundhouse Park this festival was created to provide the opportunity to sample Ontario’s finest craft beer and delicious food from Toronto best food trucks. You can just bring your blanket and enjoy the park view and vibe. With summer coming, you will surely enjoy this day at the park. http://www.craftbeerfest.ca/
Concerning Toronto’s best cuisine, we propose you to check out:
- June 20th and 26th: Kensington Krawl Food & Culture Tour at Jimmy’s coffee. During this event you will have the possibility to explore the diverse tastes of Kensington Market, you will learn the history and the heritage of this market and meet local chefs. http://savourtoronto.com/food-tours/kensington-krawl/
- August 1st to August 3rd 2015: Pan American Food Festival: Finally, this year Toronto is hosting the Pan Am Games! For this occasion, Toronto will renew their Pan American Food Festival from. You will find flavours and cultures of the 41 countries of North, South and Central America. The free to public festival will showcase international chefs, music and dance ensembles. http://panamfoodfest.com/
- August 8-9th: Jerkfest: The Jerkfest is celebrating this year its 14th Birthday and invites you to taste the traditional jerk chicken, fish or pork; or if you dare, take on the exotic meats of alligator, Kangaroo & shark! Meet up at Centennial Park. http://www.jerkfestival.ca/
But you might also be interested by the Tours and other Markets proposed this summer.
- July 3-16th: Summerlicious is back this year! The top restaurants in the city offer opportunity to sample a wide variety of diverse and innovative cuisine through prix-fixe menus. Lunch will cost you around 18$ and the dinners will be between 25$ and 45$. http://www1.toronto.ca/wps/portal/contentonly?vgnextoid=817faf2c85006410VgnVCM10000071d60f89RCRD
- August 14-16th: The Waterfront Night Market: there’s nothing better than a stroll around the harbourfront to try this culinary experience: Asian cuisine on the theme “Street Food”. Check out this cross-cultural social event at the T&T supermarket. http://waterfrontnightmarket.com/
As you can see you won’t have time for anything other than fun this summer! Don’t hesitate to join these events and enjoy the food and beer that the city of Toronto has to offer.
January 14, 2015 by firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
Filed under Event Venues, Toronto
Taste of heaven in a Spanish inspired tapas, Barsa Restaurant
Written By:Mercedes Lamoca
Come out with your friends and family and enjoy the new beautiful Restaurant called Barsa. It’s an amazing Spanish inspired tapas restaurant, located on Market Street directly beside the historic St. Lawrence Market. At Barsa we tried a wide range of all different kinds of foods from all over the world also tying in the vibrant Barcelona-inspired atmosphere.
Executive Chef Michael G. Smith allows for the guests to taste, discover and share. The menu has a global feeling to reflect all of the diverse cultures in Toronto. The chef uses the finest local and global seasonal ingredients for his unique menu items. Some of the top dishes that Chef Michael and his crew put together include the Sea Bream Ceviche with pecans, Tiger milk, avocado mousse and foie; and Sangria cakes with coconut tres leche, compressed fruit and mango sorbet. We tried one of their special sangria drinks, they have a variety and we recommend them both for winter and summer. Barsa’s philosophy of evolving modern small plates combine worldly flavors with International techniques to deliver a diverse menu guaranteed to satisfy any palate. Come try for yourself and be in “aww”
The atmosphere is very interesting; the restaurant is the joining of the City and culture of Barcelona with Toronto. Nearly every aspect of the Barsa Taberna design has an inspiration, a story and is unique to only Barsa Taberna. We learned the lights were specially designed to reflect its Spanish heritage and light up the place perfectly. All of the furniture was custom made and the designs on the floor were specially created for Barsa. The lovely patterned floors were inspired by the mosaics’ that you will find throughout Spain, specifically in the Palace Al Cazar in Sevilla (Southern Spain). All of this while keeping the historic building and condition in place. The building itself is a heritage building that’s been carefully restored. The renovation has kept most of its 1800s identity of Toronto, which not only creates for a beautiful parallelism with the Spanish influence but also hints at the history and identity of early Toronto.
Barsa Taberna Events:
Address: 26 Market Street, Toronto, Canada
November 18, 2014 by firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
Filed under Ontario, Past Events, Toronto
After the rush at 6 pm, Fresh Burger’s is offering a two-for-one burger deal after 7:30 p.m. until close (Friday Nov 28th only).
Where: Fresh Burger (south of Wellesley beside Second Cup)
524 Church St. Toronto, ON, M4Y 2C6
- 6 p.m. -7: 30 p.m Free burgers (First come, first serve)
- 7:30 p.m. -11 p.m. Two burgers for the price of one
Experience a captivating space in the heart of Kensington Market. Welcome to the Round Venue – the biggest licensed venue in the Kensington area! Immerse yourself in this venue, which is fully equipped with a licensed bar, a commercial kitchen, and a performance stage. Discover the dynamic style of the multidisciplinary event space and their fresh sounds.
Last year in September the venue opened its doors to the public. The venue offers a great variety of events like electronic music or dancing, cabaret, live bands or art nights. What’s special is that you will find many local artists among them. The owners strive to make it a hub for arts and culture in Toronto.
The Round Venue can be booked for private events like corporate events or birthdays. Either you can book the whole venue or ask for a separated area you receive for your guests. Since the venue can host up to 200 people it is great for bigger events.
The Round Venue offer a great menu serving appetizers and main dishes made out of fresh and local ingredients. For the near future, the owners plan to have a general menu because so far it is just offered when an event takes place.
If you love a great choice of drinks you will be statisfed with the Round Venue’s offerings. They offer a great variety of alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks! They have plenty of domestic and imported beers, the variety goes on to vines, scotches and cognac.
On September 19th the Round venue’s first birthday with an amazing dance party is going to take place. So take the chance to check out the venue. Visit CityEvents Facebook fanpage because we are giving away two tickets for the night.
Visit their homepage http://roundvenue.com or directly come to the venue on 152A Augusta Ave.? Kensington Market, Toronto.