The Stop is one of those organizations that we can’t stop raving about. A food bank-turned-community food centre, The Stop takes food justice to a neighbourhood level.
This November, join The Stop and some of Toronto’s best restaurants for What’s On The Table, an annual fundraising dinner. Bringing together local chefs and Niagara wines at Daniel’s Spectrum, you can fill your plate (and your glass) for a great cause. Expect eats from Shoto, Daisho, Beast, Mildred’s, Jamie Kennedy, Richmond Station, Monforte Dairy, Nadege, Soma, Ruby Watchco, The Drake and more.
Tickets are $250, and proceeds go to support The Stop’s truly excellent and innovative community food programming. It’s pricey, but it’s a worthwhile cause.
What’s On The Table is happening Wednesday, Nov. 6th at 7 pm. Daniel’s Spectrum, 585 Dundas St. E.