Head out to the Danforth this Friday for three days worth of the famous Krinos Taste of the Danforth, considered Canada’s largest street festival presented by @GreektownBIA. Did you know that this event is considered one of Toronto’s top 10 food events for Summer 2015?
The festival is celebrating its 22nd anniversary this year with even bigger and better events, activities and, of course, food. In fact, you can help them break the World Record for most people to eat an olive in 8 hours! Need more temptation?
Although the event takes place in a traditionally Greek area, the festival also celebrates the multicultural diversity of Toronto. From mouth-watering Greek cuisine like souvlaki and spanakopita (spinach pie) to Thai, Indian and Cuban fare, this street festival in the heart of Toronto’s Greektown and it will satisfy your hunger.
There’s also tons of family-friendly activities at different stages across the Danforth. There’s musical performances, traditional Greek dancing, challenges from professional Toronto sports teams, yoga demonstrations and flamenco dances.
Click here for a full break down of the weekend’s entertainment.
Check out Tasteofthedanforth.com