7 methods to #FeastOn for Canada Get Day

Originally published on CanadaTakeOutDay.com on May 12, 2020 in partnership with Canada Take Out Day.


As we rally to support the foodservice industry, it’s important to remember the farmers and producers who make those businesses possible too.

Supporting restaurants who go the extra mile to source and celebrate local product is good for everyone. It builds Ontario’s food identity, it puts dollars back into our communities and it limits our environmental impact. That’s why the Culinary Tourism Alliance created Feast On®.

A Feast On certification proves a restaurant is fighting the good fight. It’s your assurance that by choosing that restaurant, you’re supporting our local food system too. Last year, Feast On Certified restaurants spent over $30 million on Ontario grown food & drink. That’s a pretty big deal!

Join the movement by choosing a Feast On certified restaurant next #TakeOutDay. Here are seven places to start.

Bindia India Bistro

Toronto, Ontario
Feast On Certified since: 2015

Bindia Indian Bistro is all about Indian classics with modern flourishes. Try the crispy fried root vegetable pakoras and don’t skip the Kulfi at dessert.

BINDIA INDIAN BISTRO

Brickworks Ciderhouse

Toronto, Ontario
Feast On Certified since: 2019

The folks at Brickworks Ciderhouse are tucking treats into their take away orders – like this new (and very refreshing) Mint + Basil Cider. Try the fried chicken or the gochujang glazed wings if you’re feeling spicy.

BRICKWORKS CIDERHOUSE

TACO FARM

Waterloo, Ontario
Feast On Certified since: 2014

The folks are Taco Farm in Waterloo have been slinging DIY-Taco kits with their famous house made tortillas and fiery selection of salsas. Making your own means no soggy shells!

TACO FARM

PARALLEL

Toronto, Ontario
Feast On Certified since: 2019

The team at Parallel has developed a full menu of delicious dishes highlighting their house made tahini – including bright green falafels and a fully loaded hummus served with warm, fresh from the oven flatbreads.

PARALLEL RESTAURANT

GRAFFITI MARKET

Waterloo, Ontario
Feast On Certified since: 2019

Graffiti Market is offering both grocery and take-away patio-side pick up options. You can stock up on food for the week or indulge in classics like their Detroit-style pizza. Orders must be placed in advance.

GRAFFITI MARKET

RICKY+OLIVIA

Niagara, Ontario
Feast On Certified since: 2014

The culinary couple is popping up across the Niagara region – and at Toronto’s Chez Nous Wine Bar – with their internationally inspired meal kits. Full of locally sourced and foraged foods, every week is like a vacation. Next stop: Hungary!

RICKY + OLIVIA

KANG BANG Fried Chicken

[by Jeff Kang of CANIS Restaurant]

Toronto, Ontario
Feast On Certified since: 2019

When Chef Jeff Kang was forced to temporarily close CANIS and Apres Wine Bar, he decided to open a pop-up fried chicken and kimchi shop with long time fried Edward Bang of Omai. House made pickles, extra crispy skin and fiery sauces are complemented perfectly by their eclectic collection of wines, also available for take away.

CANIS RESTAURANT

To get Feast On® certified and learn more about the program, visit: culinarytourismalliance.com/feast-on

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