There’s so much incredible diverse food in Toronto, it’s a shame that much of them go undiscovered! With so many hidden gems at bargain and moderate budgets, there’s just so many opportunities to go and explore the food universe in this great multicultural city. Why eat at cookie-cutter chain restaurants, when there are so many better, cheaper, and more exciting options just waiting to be discovered?
I don’t intend to uncover the latest and greatest in the Toronto food scene — I just hope to highlight some of my favourite places to eat good honest food. If my photos and scribbles don’t make you salivate, I’m clearly not doing my job. As the tagline says, I hope you can “Taste it through the screen!”
You can contact me at email@example.com , or on twitter @mooken
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and i want to invite you to the private event that evening 7-10pm
Hi Mark, thank you for reaching out, and sharing your event. I’ll happily sent out a few tweets about it. Could you please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org? Thank you.
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The first food film festival in Toronto, Eatable features immersive screening events that engage Toronto’s culinary stars (and upstarts) to create consumable content inspired by the films. Bringing provocative content to the screen and to the table, Eatable is about providing film audiences and diners a new way to get excited about food. This year, Eatable offers three nights of food, films, and drinks – each with its own theme, tone and taste. Eatable satiates the hungry viewer and inspires the food-obsessed mind.