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.
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.
Friday Night’s at the ROM
For the next eight weeks we’ll be dancing Friday nights away and selling party-goers macarons and dessert shots matching each week’s theme. The Royal Ontario Museum’s renowned Friday Night Live series begins this Friday! Buy your tickets now, as #FNL consistently sells out. Dates: Friday nights, October 10 to November 28, 7-11pm
An evening of food, wine and conversation
This fall the AGO presents Michelangelo: Quest for Genius and will feature dozens of the artist’s exquisite drawings. As the city of Toronto prepares for Michelangelo, we take perhaps his simplest sketches and turn them into inspiration for an unforgettable feast.
We are hosting a special evening to celebrate the art and food of Michelangelo. On September 12, chefs will prepare a delicious five-course meal inspired by the 16th century drawings of Michelangelo. They take the artist’s sketched shopping list filled with Renaissance ingredients and update them into a cohesive meal of Italian classics with wines to match. Michelangelo’s list is typical of his time…and includes requests such as tortelli, fennel soup, loaves of bread, and of course “un boca di vino” (a quart of wine). We use these ingredients and a little anachronistic license for an unforgettable meal.
Guests will dine on traditional panzanella salad, homemade stuffed pasta, traditional porchetta, semifreddo and a cheese course with some of Michelangelo’s favourites. Guests are encouraged to come and eat, drink and share in their love of good food and conversation.
Date: Fri Sept 12, 2104, 7pm
Location: Le Dolci’s Culinary Studio, 1006 Dundas Street West