After all the cancellations that happened for all sorts of events, it’s good to see the vibrancy of outdoor gatherings make a return. And one such event we’ve been missing is the iconic Taste of the Danforth. The food festival in Toronto, much like everything else, had been put on pause for the past two years. But this summer, visitors can enjoy the festival’s offerings once more.
Food Festival in Toronto
Having first started in 1994, Taste of the Danforth has now grown to be one of the country’s largest food festivals. It’s annually held at Greektown, and is known to be a celebration of all things Hellenic. From food and entertainment, to music and performances, there’s certainly a lot to look forward to.
The food scene itself is a variety on its own, with numerous vendors serving all types of delicious street eats. So make sure to bring your appetite when you head there because you’re going to want to try them all.
The same weekend will also see the first Toronto Patty Fest, held by the Afro-Caribbean Farmers’ Market and York-Eglinton BIA. We don’t know about you, but we’re stoked for the summer!