East Scarborough Community Festival Market

The East Scarborough Festival Market is going strong in it’s fifth year with rave reviews and support form the community. The Festival Market has become a safe place for residents to mingle and socialize and quickly turned into an integral event of summer to which people look forward each week with great anticipation.

Look out for the vegetable and fruit stands and numerous vendors, food merchants, BBQ, art exhibits, information booths, youth and child activities and entertainment.

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Swiss Chalet Free Quarter Chicken

Buy a half rack of BBQ ribs dinner and get a FREE upgrade to a Quarter Chicken & Half Rack BBQ Ribs Combo!

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Fortune Cooking 2011


A sizzling full-course menu of Pan-Asian culture!

Explore the hot spots (and pots!) of Pan-Asian cuisine and its influence across the globe. Taste the trends, witness the wizardry and savour the sounds!

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Pilaros Taste of the Danforth 2011

Toronto’s favourite street festival has a whole new way to celebrate the fun flavours of Greece and summer in the city.

Every year in August, the city of Toronto flocks to GreekTown on the Danforth. Celebrating its 17th year, the Pilaros Taste Of The Danforth is Canada’s largest street festival, welcoming over 1.2 million visitors.

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Milestones Girls’ Night Out

B.F.F.’s Bellinis, and LIMO!

Enter for a chance to win the Ultimate Girls’ Night Out at Milestones

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Scotiabank Caribbean Carnival Food Festival

Scotiabank Caribbean Carnival Toronto is an exciting three-week cultural explosion of Caribbean music, cuisine, revelry as well as visual and performing arts.

In its 44th year it has become a major international event and the largest cultural festival of its kind in North America. As Carnival is an international cultural phenomenon, the great metropolis of Toronto and its environs will come alive as the city explodes with the pulsating rhythms and melodies of Calypso, Soca, Reggae, Hip Hop, Chutney, Steel Pan and Brass Bands. This colourful exhibition and display of genius is truly a musical panorama that is certain to bring a pleasing smile to the ancestral titans of Pan and Calypso music.

Be sure to visit Ontario Place for the Scotiabank Caribbean Carnival food festival – “It’s not just a parade!”

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Kitchen Stuff Plus BOGO 50% Off



Neat seats and benches – Buy one get one 50% off!

Hurry and find a Kitchen Stuff Plus this long weekend near you before the deal is over!

Print the coupon and bring it in.

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Seor Ak San

If you do some research on Seor Ak San, you will find out that it’s the name of a mountain in South Korea.  It is also the namesake of the National Park in the same region.  To us on this side of the world, it is the name of a Korean Restaurant in downtown Toronto.  Located along the Spadina corridor of Chinatown, it saves us from having to go to the Bloor Street K-town or the Yonge and Finch neighbourhood.

I will admit, I’ve walked by this place several times, and it’s always been one of those “I wonder if it’s any good…” type places.  So, even in the rain, we walked the 15 minutes and went.  It was TOTALLY worth it.

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Z-Teca Burritolicious

Visit Z-Teca and get any gourmet burrito + Tortilla chips/Cookie + bottled water/can of pop all for $10!

This deal is from now until July 24th so hurry up!

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Harvest Table 2011

The Annual Harvest Table will be held Sunday August 28th from 3pm – 8pm on the McVean Incubator Farm in Brampton. Chef Yasser Qahawish will bring together a group of passionate and talented chefs to cook up a unique four-course family-style meal.

The meal for 200 will take place at the handcrafted harvest tables, beside McVean’s historic double wheat barn, surrounded by the abundant and diverse patchwork-quilt of small farms. The meal will feature the amazing diversity of fresh vegetables, mushrooms and honey from the farm, with meat and cheese being sourced from local farms and artisans.  Ingredients will be freshly picked from the McVean farm and cooked on site over a charcoal fire. Your friendly hosts will also offer local biodynamic wines and organic brews to compliment the meal.

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