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08/12/2016 Feast of St. Lawrence Festival Downtown $100 +

St. Lawrence Market Neighbourhood BIA is launching its first annual Feast of St. Lawrence Festival this August 12-14! To kick it all off is Toronto's newest -not to be missed- fine dining event on Friday night. Two hundred guests will enjoy live music by a 20-piece jazz ensemble, and dinner under the stars. A 100-foot table will extend along Front Street where diners will be treated to a sumptuous five course feast prepared by some of the top local chefs. Tickets are $200 and include dinner and wine pairings from the Somewhereness group of wineries. Funds raised that evening will be directed to FoodShare Toronto and a charitable tax receipt will be issued for a portion of the cost. Tickets are now on sale: www.feastofstlawrence.ca

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