The warmer season is almost here and you know what that means, more events, new openings and festivals and hopefully less snow. It’s set to be an action-packed week for sure, and there’s something for everyone. Interested? See our roundup below of exciting things to do in Toronto.
Here are some things to do in Toronto this week:
The Italian hot spot’s signature dining event, Restaurant Fest, is returning from March 11-27. You can experience Eataly’s restaurant menus starting only at $22, and beverages starting from %6. There’ll be a host of activities as well like tastings, workshops and more.
The Four Seasons Hotel Toronto’s restaurant is hosting a après-inspired pop-up. Guests can enjoy après ski menus, along with Fondue Nights every Tuesday this month in collaboration with Cheese Boutique. Reservations can be made online here.
Robert Lepage’s The Library at Night
Explore some of the most famous libraries in the world without leaving the city with this virtual experience. Presented by Lighthouse Immersive, the project is a partnership between Robert Lepage (Canadian theatre director) and Alberto Manguel (Argentinian writer). The exhibition will be held from Marc 10 at Lighthouse ArtSpace Toronto, located at 1 Yonge Street and tickets can be purchased here.
Museum of Contemporary Art
The museum will be reopening from March 10 with numerous new exhibitions. There’s also going to be plenty of public events and programmes like workshops, reading sessions and performances and more. For more information about specific exhibitions and ticket purchases, you can visit the website here.
Music lovers, you’re not going to want to miss out this month’s performers at Scotiabank Arena. Get ready for Tame Impala, Bad Bunny and lots more. Tickets for each of the shows can be purchased here.