Good Eats: History of Food & Dining in Toronto

Good Eats: History of Food & Dining in Toronto
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Thu 27 June 2019
Thursday 27 June 2019
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Explore Toronto's food history, hidden in plain sight, from the early rustic taverns of Muddy York to the foundations of baking empires, and from opulent department store restaurants to 24-hour diners. Learn how these diverse and iconic locations contributed to the food haven that is Toronto today.

 

Start Point: Black Bull Tavern (298 Queen Street West)

End Point: The Senator Restaurant (249 Victoria Street)

 

Note: Certain portions of this tour may include walking on uneven terrain. Please contact Heritage Toronto at 416-338-0684 or info@heritagetoronto.org for more information.

 

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