Toronto Dumpling & Sake Fest

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** TWO TICKETS ADDED **

That’s Life! is hosting their first Toronto Dumpling + Sake Fest at Propeller Coffee on Thursday, April 9th and Toronto Common has been invited!!

This dumpling competition will be featuring culinary inspired dumplings from 9 chefs competing for the Golden Chopsticks. That’s Life! challenged 9 of their chef friends and restaurant partners to create the best dumpling, borrowing culinary influences from around the world and their individual experiences.

Tickets are $55, including all 9 dumplings plus 4 sake tastings and 1 ballot to vote for top dumpling, however to honour our better value guarantee, Toronto Common has a limited 5 tickets at $45 with tax and fees included.

Like all our events, ticket sales goes to the host, That’s Life! and proceeds from their event will go to The Stop, Community Food Centre.

Participating chefs/establishments:

  • Michael Pataran, L’Eat Catering
  • Jesse Grasso, The Black Hoof
  • Noah Goldberg, Peter Pan Bistro
  • Kazuhiro Kawamoto, Kingyo Izakaya
  • Bashir Munye, My Little Dumplings
  • Jay Scaife, Cafe Bar Pasta
  • Andres Marquez, Fonda Lola
  • Jessica Lagman, Hooked Catering
  • Garab Lama, Tibet Kitchen

That’s Life! is a sake & wine importer with an insatiable love of food. They’ve worked with top restaurants across Canada, including Hawksworth, Blue Water Cafe and Miku to showcase the versatility of sake and to collaborate with amazing chefs on fun projects. Hosting numerous events in Vancouver, That’s Life! looks to bring their food and sake appreciation events to Toronto.

PLEASE READ BEFORE PURCHASING:

All tickets must be purchased online before 11pm Wednesday, April 8th, 2015.

No tickets will be available at the door.

Maximum attendance: 5 people

Tickets must be presented (printed or electronically) to check-in.

Each ticket is a unique one-time use code and cannot be shared.

Toronto Common partners with local businesses to create fun, social events.

If you have any questions about this event or Toronto Common events in general please visit our FAQ or Contact us directly.

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