One King West Bridal ShowCome join us at One King West on Sunday January 18th from 11am-4pm for a fun filled open house!Stop by for some sweet treats and check out the space, and a beautiful selection of wedding gowns.This event is a great way for couples planing their wedding to get to know the business that have the potential to make their special day magical.We’d love to see you at the open house Toronto brides and grooms, but if you can’t make it and are looking for a cake check out our wedding cake selection.There will also be Toronto’s first ever wedding gown pop-up shop by Gown and Glory Consignment Boutique . They are setting up racks of designer dresses for you to try on and purchase. Also, come meet the gals from WeddingGirl.ca.
We were thrilled to be a part of this shoot that was featured on the Wedding Chicks!
We loved working with Lynzie Kent of Love by Lynzie Wedding + Events at the gorgeous Gladstone Hotel. It was a pleasure to work amongst some of the most incredibly talented vendors in the city.
Check out a few photos below. Photography by the lovely Elizabeth Kaye.
Come visit us and some of the best artisanal food vendors at Wychwood Barns on Sunday November 30, 11 – 4pm. Tickets include sampling galore and $10 towards some delicious purchases.
While our Canadian athletes were going for gold in Sochi, Team Le Dolci was busy making a cake of absolute Olympic proportions here on Dundas West. We created our LARGEST cake order to date, a life-sized Canada Flag cake for a special Olympic celebration at Fairview Mall.
What goes into an eight foot by four foot cake? We asked Chef Sharon here’s what she said:
- Eggs: we don’t actually know. A lot. Like… 450?
- Flour: 60 cups
- Butter: 80 pounds
Our bakers and designers spent an entire day baking the fourteen sheet cakes needed to make such an epic dessert. Our head designer, Annie and the rest of the design team spent nearly nine hours assembling and icing the cake. It took 14 buckets of our deliciously smooth swiss meringue buttercream!
While there wasn’t a gold medal for the effort, watching these happy fans enjoy the final product made it totally worth it!
The CIBC Run for the Cure is the largest single-day, volunteer-led national event in Canada. This is in support of breast cancer research, education and awareness.
Le Dolci is dedicated to supporting cancer research and will be supporting the silent auction to raise funds for the CIBC Run for the Cure.
This year, CIBC Run for the Cure will be happening on Sunday, September 30th. Get involved; we will be lacing up and running for the cure!
Photo credit: http://www.runforthecure.com
We have more exciting news to announce! Beginning in September, Lisa Kates, Toronto’s soup expert, will be hosting our first gourmet soup drop-in here at Le Dolci. After work, come in for a bowl of comforting and delicious soup made by Lisa K.
Lisa also known as @AFoodGypsy on Twitter, started her own catering company and a not-for-profit called “Food Matters”. She focuses on using local ingredients whenever possible in her recipes. Her soups are AMAZING! Fresh ingredients = tasty flavours! We luv.
Drop by Le Dolci, have a chat with the Lisas and let us fill you up with some homemade gourmet soup! Bring the family, kids and your work mates for an easy and delicious meal.
First drop in date: Wednesday, September 12 from 6-8pm
Includes: Soup, a freshly baked bread roll (made by us!) and a sweet treat – cupcake, butter tart or a surprise (also made by us!)
Doesn’t that photo of a bowl of chocolate soup look very enticing? You will get to enjoy something as spectacular at this Gourmet soup Drop-in!