Past Events

2 Guests for 1 Pinkberry Dessert Bar Ticket, January event only!

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Great news! Pinkberry has agreed to 2 guests per ticket for our January Pinkberry Dessert Bar event. Tickets for Toronto Common events usually cannot be shared but with such a family friendly event, we had a lot of requests to share tickets with kids or between kids. And since the seating works out the same whether it’s a kid or adult we thought it’s just easier to say tickets can be shared. 🙂

Try all 6 flavours – Original, Salted Caramel, Chocolate Hazelnut, Pomegranate, Just Mango and their NEW Pink Grapefruit with the option of 3 toppings each. PLUS a $10 gift card and 10% VIP card for all future visits.

Visit torontocommon.com for tickets and info!

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3 Year Anniversary Event Menu and NEW Ontario Craft Beer option!

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In order to accommodate more people without overwhelming our Bourbon guide, we’re offering an Ontario Craft Beer option and adding 25 more tickets to this year’s anniversary celebration!

5 Ontario Craft Beer flight from Boxcar Social’s extensive local Ontario Craft Beer selection. Taps rotate daily so it’ll be a surprise the day of but will feature a beer from 5 categories.

It’s our biggest anniversary event, we hope you’ll join us!

Visit torontocommon.com for tickets & info.

3 Year Anniversary – Bourbon, BBQ, & Fried Chicken Tasting at Boxcar Social Harbourfront

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Toronto Common is celebrating 3 years of fun, tasting events around the city with a Bourbon, BBQ & Fried Chicken tasting at Boxcar Social Harbourfront!

Monday, January 30th, 7pm

With our Boxcar Social Whisky tastings sold out until March, we wanted to do a variation on the theme for our Anniversary event so regardless if you’ve been to an event already, are still hoping for tickets, or have tickets to an event coming up, you can still celebrate with us!

Bourbon is an American whiskey made primarily of corn and while we’ve showcased two bourbons so far in our whiskey events, this event will showcase it’s own depth with an all bourbon tasting.

Primarily produced in southern parts of the United States, we went back and forth between BBQ or Fried Chicken for the food pairing until we realized, why not have both!

Boxcar Social is giving us their night off so we have the venue all to ourselves!

Their Executive Chef, Nico Aldea will be preparing a special BBQ & Fried Chicken menu with southern comfort sides and Boxcar Social’s whiskey director will be showcasing 5 bourbons in a guided tasting.

Plus we’ll be finishing the night with our signature Orange and Black sesame cake for dessert!

* Due to the special menu for this event, ticket sales will be closing earlier than usual so the venue can prepare.

The Food Menu has been confirmed!
  • Buttermilk Fried Chicken
  • BBQ Ribs with Jerk Rub & Apricot BBQ Sauce
  • Maple Garlic Chicken Wings with Blue Cheese Dip, Hot Sauce, & Crudité
  • Pulled Pork Sliders with Carolina Sauce, Chipotle Mayo, Havarti, & Crispy Shallots
  • Potato Salad with Mayo and Crunchy Mustard Dressing & Fresh Herbs
  • Mac n’ Cheese with Cheddar Cheese Sauce & Peas
  • Coleslaw with Apple Cider Vinegar & Mayo Dression & Chopped Cilantro
  • Deep Fried Pickles
  • Classic French Fries
  • White Sliced Bread

 

 


Boxcar Social is quickly taking over the city landscape with a location in Summerhill, Leslieville, and now Harbourfront, plus two off shoots the Slip (summer patio) and Clocktower Bar.

The concept behind Boxcar Social was simple: Do what they love, do it with friends, and do it really well. Offering a curated, rotating list of coffees from the best roasters in the world, a careful selection of some of the world’s top wines, craft beers, and whiskies – they strive to create the most unique tasting experience for their customers. And enjoy every minute of it.


PLEASE READ BEFORE PURCHASING:

All tickets must be purchased online by Jan 25th, 2017 11pm.

No tickets will be available at the door.

Maximum attendance: 25 people

Guests should arrive 5 minutes prior to event to check-in. Event will start on time.

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

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

This is a communal event, guests will be seated with other guests.

Guests must be 19 years or older with valid government issued photo ID.

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

Chef’s Table & Natural Wine Producer Showcase Dinner at Woodlot

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Toronto Common has a standing reservation at a series of Chef’s table dinners featuring a different independent wine producer each month at Woodlot!

Winter is coming and Woodlot’s wood burning oven is the perfect winter hangout for a large, family style dinner with slow roasted meat, vegetables, sides, and their naturally fermented sourdough.

Working only with natural, biodynamic wines, Woodlot will also be showcasing a different independent producer each dinner with a selection of wine for the table.

Usually only available for large party reservations with advanced notice, Toronto Common guests will get to enjoy their large format style dinner with individual tickets including tax and tip for $75 all included, just 8 spots per dinner.


Woodlot offers simple, honest, handmade foods crafted from the finest raw, local (and sometimes distant) ingredients.

Their kitchen revolves around a hand built wood-fired oven, which produces a selection of sourdough breads and creative Canadian Comfort food.

Woodlot features two seasonally evolving menus: the first with offerings from their artisanal Meat purveyors and a second dedicated to all their Vegetarian friends. They also have a large and ever evolving selection of intriguing natural wines, microbrewery beers, and seasonal cocktails to match the food and ambiance. Their focus is on making all their guests feel completely comfortable and at home in their space.


PLEASE READ BEFORE PURCHASING:

All tickets must be purchased online the night before the event by 11pm.
No tickets will be available at the door.
Maximum attendance: 8 people
Guests should arrive 5 minutes prior to event to check-in. Event will start on time.
Tickets must be presented (printed or electronically) to check-in.
Each ticket is a unique one-time use code and cannot be shared.
This is a communal event, guests will be seated with other guests.
Guests must be 19 years or older with valid government issued photo ID.

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

Whisky 101 – Whisky/Whiskey World Tour at Boxcar Social Harbourfront

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Boxcar Social has a NEW whisky director and he’s taking Toronto Common on a whisky world tour!

Thursday, November 10th
Thursday, December 8th
Thursday January 12th

Learn about the different styles of whisky (also spelled whiskey depending on the region) from around the world and taste them with a selection of cheese, charcuterie, and crostinis from Boxcar Social Harbourfront’s kitchen.

Boxcar Social will be featuring 6 whisky with snacks for $60 tax and tip included.

– US Bourbon Whiskey
– Irish Whiskey
– Japanese Whisky
– Canadian Rye Whisky
– 2 Single Malt Scotch Whisky

Boxcar Social is quickly taking over the city landscape with a location in Summerhill, Leslieville, and now Harbourfront, plus two off shoots the Slip (summer patio) and Clocktower Bar.

The concept behind Boxcar Social was simple: Do what they love, do it with friends, and do it really well. Offering a curated, rotating list of coffees from the best roasters in the world, a careful selection of some of the world’s top wines, craft beers, and whiskies – they strive to create the most unique tasting experience for their customers. And enjoy every minute of it.


PLEASE READ BEFORE PURCHASING:
All tickets must be purchased online the night before the event by 11pm.
No tickets will be available at the door.
Maximum attendance: 12 people
Guests should arrive 5 minutes prior to event to check-in. Event will start on time.
Tickets must be presented (printed or electronically) to check-in.
Each ticket is a unique one-time use code and cannot be shared.
This is a communal event, guests will be seated with other guests.
Guests must be 19 years or older with valid government issued photo ID.

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

International Sake Day & the Toronto International Sake Challenge Celebrations with the Sake Institute of Ontario

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Toronto Common has been invited to the Sake Institute of Ontario‘s (SIO) International Sake Day and Toronto International Sake Challenge (TISC) Celebrations!

October 1st is International Sake Day and the Sake Institute of Ontario will be celebrating Friday September 30th by announcing (and offering tastings) of the winners of the 3rd annual Toronto International Sake Challenge!

Over 100 sakes were entered in 6 categories; honjozo, junmai, ginjo, daiginjo, sparkling and nigori. All sakes must be available in Ontario to be entered.

8 judges from Toronto, New York, and Vancouver including 2 Sake Samurais (a designation given to only 64 sake ambassadors world wide by the government of Japan), as well as wine and sake sommeliers, industry experts and educators tasted sake for over 9 hours to select 3 winners in each category.

The Sake Day celebrations will including tastings from each of the categories including winners as well as over 30 sakes from 8 agencies as well as a selection of cheese and charcuterie provided by Cheese Boutique and a special Teriyaki burger by the Teriyaki Burger Project, a unique collaboration with a baker, butcher and chef to create the ultimate teriyaki burger with gourmet sides.

And for some additional fun, the SIO will be hosting a blind taste test contest with prizes for the testers that can tell the difference in grade, rice and style of 3 sakes.

Join in the celebrations Friday September 30th for a unique tasting experience!

Tickets include all tastings in the spirit of responsible drinking.


Established in 2012, the Sake Institute of Ontario (SIO) is a not-for-profit trade organization of Ontario-based sake distributors and manufacturers with the principal objective of educating and promoting the responsible consumption and enjoyment of sake.

The SIO is the organizer of Kampai Toronto, the largest sake festival in Canada and continues to focus on educating & increasing awareness of sake through events, seminars & content sharing both online & via social media.


PLEASE READ BEFORE PURCHASING:

All tickets must be purchased online the night before the event by 11pm.

No tickets will be available at the door.

Guests should arrive 5 minutes prior to event to check-in.

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

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

Must be 19 years or older to attend.

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

That’s Life Summer Tasting Series: Finale!

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Toronto Common is excited to announce a special invite to That’s Life Gourmet‘s Summer Tasting Series.

That’s Life Gourmet is celebrating summer with a series of tasting events that feature each of their product categories; sake, Spanish wines, and Champagne.

Their final event of the summer will be at the Black Hoof partnered with their sister restaurant Rhum Corner.

The Black Hoof has been carrying That’s Life’s sakes and wines since they arrived in Ontario and will be hosting a special private tasting on their night off.

This event will showcase the depth of their portfolio with a collection of exclusive, limited stock vintages not available or available in limited quantity even for private order including a special Burgundy and Loire as well as the return of their Shochu cocktail created by Rhum Corner bartender Stu Sakai.

One of the goals for That’s Life is to foster an appreciation for quality producers and they know that that can only happen with tasting them. That’s Life has worked with the Black Hoof sommelier, Jake Skakun to pair their sake and wines including Domaine Vigot 2013 Gevrey Chambertin, Burgundy and Hubert Paulet Premier Cru Champagne with some traditional and non-traditional food pairings.

Join us Wednesday, August 31st, 7pm for this special evening of sake, wine, and food!


 

That’s Life Wine + Sake has been committed to importing and representing fine wines and premium sakes since 1997.

They choose to develop and nurture relationships with boutique, small volume producers based on quality products, and their commitment to ethical and sustainable farming practices. They value education and are passionate about sharing knowledge. They strive to maintain brand integrity and are proud to work with loyal customers, valued trade partners, and exceptional producers who share their love of great wine, sake, food, family and fun.

Because to them, ‘that’s life!’


 

The Black Hoof is a meat and off-cut centric restaurant and bar focused on quality cuisine in a casual atmosphere. Everything is made: from their charcuterie to their cocktail garnishes.

Rhum Corner is their Haitian style sister restaurant and bar with cheap and tasty food, fun drinks, and lots and lots of rhum.


 

PLEASE READ BEFORE PURCHASING:

All tickets must be purchased online the night before the event by 11pm.

No tickets will be available at the door.

Maximum attendance: 4 people

Guests should arrive 5 minutes prior to event to check-in. Event will start on time.

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

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

This is a communal event, guests will be seated with other guests.

Guests must be 19 years or older with valid government issued photo ID.

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

That’s Life Summer Tasting Series: Summer Social Wine Tasting

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Toronto Common is excited to announce a special invite to That’s Life Gourmet‘s Summer Tasting Series.
That’s Life Gourmet is celebrating summer with a series of tasting events that feature each of their product categories; sake, Spanish wines, and Champagne.
Their third portfolio tasting will be a Summer Social at the NEW Boxcar Social Harbourfront location with a collection of Terra Alta (high land) wines from the Catalan region of Spain.
They will be showcasing 5 wines, only available through private orders, all produced by a cooperative of 19 growers, all with old vines. Old vines have a deeper root structure, are more stable, and are able to access deeper minerals and nutrients than new vines. Yields are also smaller resulting in a more concentrated and complex flavour.
Producing these wines in a cooperative means the producers can share their resources and costs keeping them competitively priced for their category and calibre and making them great for summer socializing and entertaining.
The event will be hosted at the newest Boxcar Social location on the Harbourfront, with beautiful views, a nice breeze off the water, and great patio (weather permitting) plus delicious Spanish inspired dishes for $45 tax and tip included.
Join us for a Summer Social at Boxcar Social Harbourfront with Spanish wines August 24th, 7pm!

That’s Life Wine + Sake has been committed to importing and representing fine wines and premium sakes since 1997.

They choose to develop and nurture relationships with boutique, small volume producers based on quality products, and their commitment to ethical and sustainable farming practices. They value education and are passionate about sharing knowledge. They strive to maintain brand integrity and are proud to work with loyal customers, valued trade partners, and exceptional producers who share their love of great wine, sake, food, family and fun.

Because to them, ‘that’s life!’


Boxcar Social is quickly taking over the city landscape with a location in Summerhill, Leslieville, and now Harbourfront, plus two off shoots the Slip and Clocktower Bar.

The concept behind Boxcar Social was simple: Do what they love, do it with friends, and do it really well. Offering a curated, rotating list of coffees from the best roasters in the world, a careful selection of some of the world’s top wines, craft beers, and whiskies – they strive to create the most unique tasting experience for their customers. And enjoy every minute of it.


PLEASE READ BEFORE PURCHASING:

All tickets must be purchased online the night before the event by 11pm.
No tickets will be available at the door.
Maximum attendance: 6 people
Guests should arrive 5 minutes prior to event to check-in. Event will start on time.
Tickets must be presented (printed or electronically) to check-in.
Each ticket is a unique one-time use code and cannot be shared.
This is a communal event, guests will be seated with other guests.
Guests must be 19 years or older with valid government issued photo ID.


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

That’s Life Summer Tasting Series: Summer Harvest Table Dinner & Champagne Tasting

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Toronto Common is excited to announce a special invite to That’s Life Gourmet‘s Summer Tasting Series.

That’s Life Gourmet is celebrating summer with a series of tasting events that feature each of their product categories; sake, Spanish wines, and Champagne and Toronto Common is invited!

This second event will feature 6 Growers Champagnes from Hubert Paulet and Eric Rodez (all only available by private order) and a special Summer Harvest Table Dinner at Woodlot.

Grower Champagnes are sparkling wines made in the Champagne region that are produced by the same estate that grows the grapes. Rather than sourcing grapes from multiple vineyards, grower champagnes are an expression of the grower, the land, and the season.

Both of these producers also put heavy emphases on natural production going as far as using horse and plows instead of machines to work the soil and avoiding any pesticides to help maintain the health of the plants, and the land.

With a focus on artisanal, tastes of the region Champagnes, That’s Life thought Toronto’s Woodlot Restaurant would be a perfect host.

Simple, honest, and handmade foods crafted from the finest raw, local (and sometimes distant) ingredients, Woodlot will be hosting a special Summer Harvest dinner around their chefs table with a selection of dishes using quality ingredients to showcase the season paired with the Grower Champagnes available for Toronto Common guests only at $110 tax and tip included.

Join us for a celebration of summer harvest and Champagne Wednesday, August 17th at 7pm.


That’s Life Wine + Sake has been committed to importing and representing fine wines and premium sakes since 1997.

They choose to develop and nurture relationships with boutique, small volume producers based on quality products, and their commitment to ethical and sustainable farming practices. That’s Life Gourmet values education and are passionate about sharing knowledge. They strive to maintain brand integrity and are proud to work with loyal customers, valued trade partners, and exceptional producers who share their love of great wine, sake, food, family and fun.

Because ‘that’s life!’


Woodlot offers simple, honest, handmade foods crafted from the finest raw, local (and sometimes distant) ingredients.

Their kitchen revolves around a handbuilt wood-fired oven, which produces a selection of sourdough breads and creative Canadian Comfort food.

Woodlot features two seasonally evolving menus: the first with offerings from their artisanal Meat purveyors and a second dedicated to all their Vegetarian friends. They also have a large and ever evolving selection of intriguing natural wines, microbrewery beers, and seasonal cocktails to match the food and ambiance. Their focus is on making all their guests feel completely comfortable and at home in their space.


PLEASE READ BEFORE PURCHASING:

All tickets must be purchased online the night before the event by 11pm.
No tickets will be available at the door.
Maximum attendance: 4 people
Guests should arrive 5 minutes prior to event to check-in. Event will start on time.
Tickets must be presented (printed or electronically) to check-in.
Each ticket is a unique one-time use code and cannot be shared.
This is a communal event, guests will be seated with other guests.
Guests must be 19 years or older with valid government issued photo ID.

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

That’s Life Gourmet Summer Tasting Series: Sake & Kushi Yaki BBQ with Toronto Common

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This event is SOLD OUT but there may be some regular price tickets still available on That’s Life’s Event page

Toronto Common is excited to announce a special invite to That’s Life Gourmet‘s Summer Tasting Series.

That’s Life Gourmet is celebrating summer with a series of tasting events that feature each of their product categories; sake, Spanish wines, and Champagne and Toronto Common is invited!

The first event will feature Sake & Japanese BBQ with Zakkushi on Carlton.

Zakkushi already specializes in authentic Japanese Kushi Yaki. This event will elevate the experience with a traditional structured yakitori dinner featuring 12 skewers plus a few side snacks in a set sequence to showcase each ingredients at its best.

Similar to sushi, authentic yakitori should be enjoyed in a particular order and right off the grill which can be hard to achieve in their daily service since customers order as they please.

Zakkushi will be offering their yakitori as it is intended to be enjoyed in Japan along with a pairing of 5 sakes & a special shochu cocktail from That’s Life Gourmet to Toronto Common for $45 tax and tip included!

Join us for this authentic taste of Summer BBQ Japanese style Wednesday, August 10th at 7pm!


That’s Life Wine + Sake has been committed to importing and representing fine wines and premium sakes since 1997.

They choose to develop and nurture relationships with boutique, small volume producers based on quality products, and their commitment to ethical and sustainable farming practices. That’s Life Gourmet values education and are passionate about sharing knowledge. They strive to maintain brand integrity and are proud to work with loyal customers, valued trade partners, and exceptional producers who share their love of great wine, sake, food, family and fun.

Because ‘that’s life!’


Zakkushi Yakitori Izakaya was founded in Vancouver in 2004 and opened their 3rd location, 1st in Toronto Decemeber 2012.

Specializing in Japanese charcoal grill skewers (kushiyaki), using binchotan charcoal, a high heat retention charcoal that burns at a higher temperatures and finer quality, allowing the food to retain more of it’s natural flavour and juices.


PLEASE READ BEFORE PURCHASING:

All tickets must be purchased online the night before the event by 11pm.

No tickets will be available at the door.

Maximum attendance: 6 people

Guests should arrive 5 minutes prior to event to check-in. Event will start on time.

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

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

This is a communal event, guests will be seated with other guests.

Guests must be 19 years or older with valid government issued photo ID.

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

Summer Cold Ramen Tasting at Ramen Raijin

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Toronto Common is excited to present a special Cold Ramen Tasting event with Ramen Raijin!

Cold Ramen is refreshing summer treat, the noodles are served chilled with a variety of seasonal toppings to be enjoyed when the weather is hot.

Ramen Raijin has been introducing a new cold ramen every few weeks since May with 4 cold ramens in total!

For the month of August we will be hosting 3 Cold Ramen Tasting events every other Tuesday to take advantage of this seasonal speciality with a sampler of starters, a mini hojicha pudding for dessert & an 8 oz Sapporo for $28 tax & tip included.

Starters:

Kara-age – Japanese Fried Chicken
Gyoza – Thin skinned pan fried pork dumpling
Tako-Yaki – Deep fried octopus ball

Cold Ramens:

Cold Yuzu Shio Ramen – Japanese citrus flavoured ramen topped with chicken char-shu, pea shoots, sliced honeyed lemon, and 1/2 a seasoned soft boiled egg.

Cold Maze-Men – Special spinach noodle in chicken based sauce topped with shredded cucumber, naruto, seasoned beef, tenkasu, green onion, nori seaweed, white sesame, grated mountain yam, and a special mini poached quail egg with a side of wasabi.

Cold Ume Shiso Tsukemen – Cold ramen noodle with shiso oil served with a cold chicken & bonito based broth, chicken char-shu, thinly sliced Japanese leeks, pea shoots, iced lemon slice, and pickled plum with shiso.

Cold Soupless Tan Tan Ramen – Thick cold noodle with a mildly spicy sesame dressing topped with spicy ground pork, english cucumber, cabbage, tomato, red onion, walnuts, lime, and special mini poached quail egg.

Dessert:

Hojicha Pudding – Roasted green tea milk custard

Plus an 8 oz Sapporo!


Ramen Raijin arrived in Toronto in 2012. A casual ramen shop at Gerrard and Yonge, Ramen Raijin has over 12 ramens and a variety of sides and desserts as well as a new Japanese bento take away service.

Owned by the Zakkushi Group, Ramen Raijin continues the tradition of bringing fun, casual, and unique Japanese cuisine to Canada.


PLEASE READ BEFORE PURCHASING:

All tickets must be purchased online the night before the event by 11pm.

No tickets will be available at the door.

Maximum attendance: 12 people

Guests should arrive 5 minutes prior to event to check-in.

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

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

This is a communal event, guests will be seated with other guests.

Must be 19 years or older to attend.

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

5 Course Italian Wine Pairing Dinner at the Peasant Table

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Toronto Common is excited to announce an exclusive invite to the Peasant Table’s Five Course Italian Wine Pairing Dinner!

July 20th, 7PM
August 24th, 7PM
September 21st, 7PM

Featuring Northern Italian & Adriatic peasant style dishes, the Peasant Table is offering a set dinner with a selection of popular dishes and a curated pairing of Northern Italian wines.

The Peasant Table regularly hosts exclusive tasting events in their private 2nd floor event space and we’ve been invited to attend for the next 3 months with a limited 6 seats each dinner, and as always at a special Toronto Common price of $75 per person all inclusive.

Appetizer

Wagu Beef Carpaccio with black truffle crema, arugula, and shaved parmesan.

Paired with Prosecco Porcia di Principe DOC, Veneto Italy

Primi

3 Meat Ragu, slow braised veal, pork and lamb ragu.

Paired with Chianti, Sodi Del Paretaio DOCG, Toscana Italy, 2013

Insalata

Italian Bitter Greens

Choice of Entree 

Grilled Ribeye with smashed potatoes, rapini and mushrooms

Or

Grilled Australian Sea Bass Filet with mint and green pea risotto

Paired with – Barbera Frecciarossa DOC Otrepo, Pavese Italy, 2008

Dessert

Caprese, almond flour chocolate cake with chocolate crema, almonds

Paired with Bonarda [Sparkling] Red, Italy 2013


The Peasant Table wants to bring old world dining to the new world with a casual dining experience that focuses on simple preparations, tasting quality ingredients, and enjoy the simple life.

With a private event space upstairs, and over 30 years experience in the industry, the Peasant Table is everything from a place to enjoy a pint and hearty meal to a intimate family-style celebration.


PLEASE READ BEFORE PURCHASING:

All tickets must be purchased online the night before the event by 11pm.

No tickets will be available at the door.

Maximum attendance: 6 people

Guests should arrive 5 minutes prior to event to check-in.

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

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

This is a communal event, guests will be seated with other guests.

Must be 19 years or older to attend.

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

Kampai Toronto Festival of Sake – Exclusive Extended Early Bird for Toronto Common

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Toronto Common is excited to announce an exclusive extended early bird for Kampai Toronto Festival of Sake!

Canada’s largest sake festival with already over 50% tickets sold has offered Toronto Common guests an exclusive, very limited, extended early bird offer.

Kampai Early Bird Tasting Package ended May 6th but Toronto Common guests will have an opportunity recieve the same exclusive price $80 all included, (tickets were $75 + fees on the Kampai Toronto website for a total of $80.11).

The early bird tasting package included admission to Canada’s largest sake festival plus 60 tasting tickets for food or sake and an additional Asahi beer tasting ticket!

Visit KampaiToronto.com for full event details!


Established in 2012, the Sake Institute of Ontario (SIO) is a not-for-profit trade organization of Ontario-based sake distributors and manufacturers with the principal objective of educating and promoting the responsible consumption and enjoyment of sake.

The SIO is the organizer of Kampai Toronto, the largest sake festival in Canada and continues to focus on educating & increasing awareness of sake through events, seminars & content sharing both online & via social media.


PLEASE READ BEFORE PURCHASING:

All tickets must be purchased online the night before the event by 11pm.

No tickets will be available at the door.

Maximum attendance: 20 people

Guests should arrive 5 minutes prior to event to check-in.

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

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

Must be 19 years or older to attend.

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

Epic Ramen Tasting Returns at Ryoji Ramen & Izkaya

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Ryoji Ramen & Izakaya‘s EPIC Ramen Tasting Returns with Toronto Common!

May 31st, 7pm, June 28th, 7pm, July 26th, 7pm

As part of our Anniversary celebration we launched our Epic Ramen Tasting and it sold out so quickly we knew we needed to add more.

Ryoji’s ramen tasting has been one of the most popular and longest running events on Toronto Common, while the EPIC ramen tasting was amazing, it was also a little wasteful so we’ve made one slight change to this event.

Instead of the Tonkostu, Spicy Miso, and Garlic Oil ramen, which are the same broth and noodle with the addition of a signature sauce.Ryoji will be offering their Garlic Oil and Spicy Miso topping to be added to any of the ramens for a mix and match. While Spicy Miso and Garlic Oil are offered on the menu as a Tonkotsu ramen, they are regularly added to other ramens like Shio, Shoyu and Vegetable as well.

Still over 2 regular bowls of ramen in total with 9 noodle tasting dishes plus sake for $28 tax & tip included!

  • Tonkotsu Special
  • Pai Tan
  • Seasonal Special
  • Shio
  • Shoyu
  • Vegetable
  • Okinawa So-Ki Soba
  • Bonito Tonkotsu Shoyu TsukeSoba
  • Spicy Black Sesame Miso Tonkotsu TsukeSoba

* PLUS spicy miso and garlic oil on the side.

 



Ryoji Ramen & Izakaya
, established in January 2013 in Toronto, but with multiple locations in Okinawa Japan, is the only Okinawan-style Izakaya in Toronto.

With Okinawa’s rich history and slightly different culture from mainland Japan, Ryoji offers traditional and inventive cuisines and ramens reflective of the unique culture of Okinawa.

Simple yet delicate flavours, fresh ingredients, creative cuisine, served in a bistro style.

Staying true to the Ryoji values of gratitude, passion, and awareness, Ryoji looks to evolve their menu with appreciation to their surroundings and to continue to evolve the art of Japanese cuisine.


 

PLEASE READ BEFORE PURCHASING:

All tickets must be purchased online the night before the event by 11pm.

No tickets will be available at the door.

Maximum attendance: 12 people

Guests should arrive 5 minutes prior to event to check-in.

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

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

This is a communal event, guests will be seated with other guests.

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