Soupalicious Toronto 2019

Sun Nov 3, 2019, Toronto, ON


Soupalicious is a soup-tasting and harvest celebration involving local gardeners, farmers, restaurants and chefs, featuring fresh, locally grown produce and showcasing the local community’s culinary talents through the creation of signature soups for tasting and slurping. Keeping the environment close to our hearts, Soupalicious also strives to be a Zero Waste event.

WHEN: Sunday November 3th
TIME: Noon – 3pm (with soup sampling till 4pm)
WHERE: Community Hall @ St. Archangel Michael Church, 212 Delaware Avenue, Toronto, ON M6H 2T1 (just across the street from the Delaware exit of the OSSINGTON SUBWAY STATION)

To order advance tickets, visit
Ticket Prices
Adult Ticket: Includes 10 soup tastings
In Advance: $20 (+HST)
At the Door: $28 (+HST)
Family Pass (2 adults & 2 children): Includes 25 soup tastings
In Advance: $45 (+HST)
At the Door: $55 (+HST)
Child (12 years & under): Includes 5 soup tastings
In Advance: $5 (+HST)
At the Door: $9 (+HST)
“Sip, Slurp and Savour” our local harvests and culinary soup sensations from the leading “cream of the crop” chefs, restaurants and caterers of Toronto.

Now an annual treat of Toronto’s food event scene SOUPALICIOUS Toronto has the added flavour of also supporting local food-growing & -sharing through the Plant  Grow  Share a Row program while bubbling over with a Zero Waste flair.

Additional soup tastings are available at $2.00 per serving at the door.
We recommend coming no later than 2:30 pm to be able to enjoy a full variety of available soups. Soup sampling continues to 4 pm.

A soup-er celebration that’s not-to-be-missed.


For more information:

Contact Name: Jim
Phone: 4165350240
E-mail: jim (at)


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event organizers, especially if travelling from a distance.

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