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Taste of Toronto Returns to Fort York

NOW IN ITS SECOND YEAR, TASTE OF TORONTO BOASTS GOURMET FOOD, WINE AND CULINARY FUN IN THE HEART OF THE CITY

Taste of Toronto Fort York 2015

Chefs including Cory Vitiello and Carl Heinrich are returning for Taste of Toronto’s second year

JULY 2 TO 5 If there’s a recipe for presenting a successful food event, more than 20 worldwide Taste Festivals seem to have found it. Of course, tweaking a few ingredients can make for an even more flavourful mix. Thus Taste of Toronto has added a handful of new chefs to its sophomore attempt at wooing the city’s foodies. Manning Fort York‘s gourmet small-plates stations this year are the likes of chefs Jonathan Waxman and Matt Robertson from Montecito, Ted Corrado from the Drake Hotel and Adrian Niman from Rasa—not to mention returning toques like THR & Co. chef Cory Vitiello and Carl Heinrich of Richmond Station. Michelin-starred chef Masaharu Morimoto will also be on hand to debut dishes from his new Toronto restaurant, opening later this year. Cooking classes, wine tastings and more encourage epicurean interactivity, while a marketplace boasts 60-plus vendors to savour. General admission $19 to $30 (additional cost for food).  —Craig Moy

• Taste of Toronto, Fort York National Historic Site, 250 Fort York Blvd.; tasteoftoronto.com
• Map and reviews

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