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Street Eats Fest is coming to Toronto this November

The event features gourmet street food, wine, craft beer and live music and raises money for the CRC. Tickets are on sale now.

Sep 23, 2019 - EightSix Staff

Street Eats Fest 2019 - a nighttime fundraiser to support CRC - is happening on Wednesday, November 27th from 6:30pm - 9pm at Regent Park Community Food Centre. 

The event features signature gourmet street food from some of Toronto's top chefs, Canadian wines, craft beers and live music.

Some of the chefs participating include: Miriam Streiman of Mad Maple Farm, Shawn Adler of Pow Wow Cafe and The Flying Chestnut Kitchen, Patricia Chung of Singh's Trini-Vibes, Justin Cournoyer of Actinolite, Carl Heinrich and Ryan Donovan of Richmond Station, Jesse Luangrath of 416 Snack Bar, and (Milo) Aemilius Ramirez of Comiditas. Plus there's live music and performances by Toronto based band, Loading Zone. 

The event is 19+ because in addition to the awesome street food and live music, there is also a complimentary bar. 

The fundraiser supports CRC's work to create "a more equitable community through good food, dignified housing and skill building programs," the event page says. 

Tickets are $75 each. The event sold out early last year and there are only 300 available tickets, so act fast!

Check out the full event details on CRC's Street Eats Fest 2019.

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