Any plans for the Canada Day long weekend yet? Well, here’s one you might want to keep in mind: drive-thru Ribfest. That’s right, folks. One of Toronto’s annual food festivals is returning for another year, this time in a drive-thru format. It’s definitely a summer event that meat-lovers wouldn’t want to miss!
Toronto Ribfest Drive-Thru
From July 1-3, customers can head to the parking lot of Church on the Queensway, Etobicoke (across the Ikea building) for a ribs experience packed with flavour and variety. You’re going to find some of the best ribs in town from the top names in the business, like Camp 31 BBQ, Billy Bones BBQ and Crabby’s BBQ.
There are also going to be stations from other vendors like Tiny Tim Donuts, Dairy King Ice Cream and others. The event is organized and brought to you by Rotary Etobicoke, which is the home of Toronto Ribfest.
How Does It Work?
With the festival taking place as a drive-thru, there’s certainly no need to worry about social distancing measures. If you’re attending, all you have to do is remain inside your car and wait for someone from the ribs’ vendor stations to attend to you. Customers can simply keep driving forward to the different stations, all placed along a single straight line.