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On Sunday, June 12, 2016, Toronto’s legendary culinary fundraiser, Toronto Taste, took place lakeside at Corus Quay. The 26th anniversary of Toronto Taste, presented by The Daniels Corporation, raised $850,000 for Second Harvest, Canada’s largest food rescue charity, enough to provide food for 1.7 million meals to people facing hunger across Toronto.
Just a quick recap of how Toronto Taste worked:
The ticket is $250/person. However you do get approx. $70-80 tax credit as the proceeds from the ticket are going toward a charity (please correct me if I’m wrong!)
The ticket included all the food/drink at the event. No additional purchase is required.
There are over 90 restaurants and beverage vendors at Toronto Taste.
I recommend arriving early and check which restaurant/beverage station you want to try first.
There were also live auctions, chef challenges and live music throughout the night. There was something for everyone here thus I’m sure you won’t get bored!
Keep scrolling down to see more pictures from this amazing event!