Sample creative food from Toronto’s stop chefs, help The Stop .
Toronto’s favourite foodie fundraiser returns to the Wychwood Barns on Wednesday, November 7. Join us at the eighth annual What’s on the Table for a dazzling array of delicious and creative food from dozens of Toronto’s top chefs, including new additions this year Andrew Richmond of La Carnita, Cava’s Chris McDonald, Gwailo’s Nick Liu, Cory Vitiello of The Harbord Room, Dan Donovan of Hooked, Graham Bower of Paulette’s, and The Tempered Chef’s Bertrand Alépée. There will also be a selection of wine from Niagara wineries including Stratus Vineyards, and Henry of Pelham. Live and silent auctions will feature dozens of exclusive items, including a week in Barbados, and an original photo by Edward Burtynsky.
Since 2005, What’s on the Table has raised over $1.5 million for The Stop’s critical and innovative anti-poverty and anti-hunger programs, which maintain dignity, build health and community and challenge inequality.
Where: Wychwood Barns, 601 Christie St. (at St. Clair Ave. W.)
When: Wednesday, November 7, 6:00 p.m.
How much: $250
More About The Stop Community Food Centre:
Located in Toronto’s west end, The Stop Community Food Centre works to increase access to food in a manner that maintains dignity, builds health and community and challenges inequality. From its origins as one of Canada’s first food banks, The Stop has blossomed into a thriving community hub where neighbours participate in a broad range of programs that provide healthy food, as well as foster social connections, build food skills and promote engagement in civic issues. Underlying all of The Stop’s efforts is the view that food is a basic human right. For more information on us and our programs, visit www.thestop.org.