Sunday, November 20
A city tradition for over a century, the Santa Claus Parade winds its way through downtown Toronto with floats, clowns, marching bands, and of course, Saint Nick himself. If you’re looking for a cozy perch where you can watch the parade—and have a warm meal—head to the Gardiner Museum‘s café its the Santa Claus Parade Brunch by chef Jamie Kennedy. While you’re there, check out the museum’s annual Twelve Tress of Christmas exhibition of tanenbaums designed by Toronto’s top interior designers and architects.
Join thousands of epicurians at the Gourmet Food & Wine Expo at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, which concludes its weekend-long stint in Toronto today. Taste fine cuisine from some of the city’s best restaurants, and sample over 1500 fine wines, beers and spirits from around the world.
Get your pooch geared up for the snowy season at Winter Woofstock, happening at Exhibition Place’s Direct Energy Centre. Among other things, you’ll be able to find many unique gifts for your four-legged family members, like toques for Terriers, parkas for Pugs and (if you dare) Rudolph outfits for Rottweilers