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As the summer temperatures rise, Torontonians and tourists alike are increasingly embracing the hot weather and the party-ready vibes in the city. Whether you’re spending the weekend with your family, friends, colleagues or significant other, there’s nothing quite like a summer event or festival to help you embrace the season. With everyone from seasoned foodies to artistic souls in mind, the cultural offerings in Toronto this season are sure to excite you. Take a closer look at Real Style’s guide, and embrace these various happenings in the days ahead.
For all the food lovers in Toronto, Summerlicious is taking place until July 23. Many restaurants in Toronto are participating, with Aria Ristorante, Azure and Cactus Club and Café all on this season’s roster. You’ll have a three course meal which is affordably priced between $20 to $50, with a variety of cuisines on the menu as well. From Italian and Indian to Japanese and Chinese, Summerlicious claims to promote diverse dishes along with budget-friendly deals.
Adelaide Eats Outdoor Food Market
If you can’t afford to travel the globe this season, the Toronto Market Company is hosting an outdoor food market in the Financial District. Many delicious offerings are expected to be on the table, as Toronto’s best chefs are going to be featured. With options such as burgers, tacos and kathi rolls, the market just may awaken your discerning palate. The market runs until July 24, and could be a way to bring your loved ones together- as we all know that food unites people!
The Beaches International Jazz Festival
For music buffs who are in the mood for some summertime tunes, the Beaches Jazz Festival is on until July 30. Starting at Jimmie Simpson Park, the festival works its way to Queen Street East, where the streets will later be closed down to Beech Avenue. Guests can enjoy plenty of street acts and music from over 45 bands.