Call for Performers

The Distillery Historic District would like to invite applications from musical artists to take part in our Summer Sunday Music Series.  Set in historic Trinity Square, this music series complements the atmosphere of the Distillery Historic District, fast becoming one of Canada’s most important venues for art, culture, fashion and dining. Some Details: The Summer […]

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Call for Buskers

The Distillery Historic District would like to invite applications from Buskers to entertain the community at our 2014 Sunday Market. Focusing on local, fresh, and unique produce and artisan foods and products, the Market takes place in a beautiful pedestrian heritage neighbourhood in the heart of Toronto. Some Details: The Sunday Market runs June 1 […]

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Jenny Greco, Exotic Wood Jewelry in Toronto

Among the many world famous artists who go to work everyday in the Distillery District is a custom jewelry designer Jenny Greco, the artist behind the Jenny Greco Jewelry website and brand. Throughout  the week her sunny shop in the Case Goods Bldg is full of laughs and the lingering smell of silver polish and […]

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4th Annual Read Africa Ball, 07Nov2013

Join CODE for an African cultural experience in support of their work in providing great books, establishing libraries, training teachers and inspiring students as we continue to awaken young minds in Africa and unleash the potential for their future. When: Thursday, November 7, 2013, 7 p.m. Where: The Fermenting Cellar, Distillery District, Toronto Literacy is […]

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El Catrin set to host Search & Social Rank Symposium V, 15th Oct 2013

Search & Social Rank Symposium Five will be held in The Boiler Room above El Catrin Restaurant on Tuesday October 15th, 2013 – 6pm to 10pm There are eighty seats in the event space above El Catrin, each one a $20 ticket, price includes buffet dinner and drink. This is really good value for an […]

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The Sweet Escape, a Patisserie in the Distillery

A patisserie is a bakery that specializes in pastries and sweets. Across the ocean in France, the term is a legally controlled title that may only be used by bakeries that employ a licensed maître pâtissier, or what we might call a master pastry chef.  This professional vocation is the province of a food designer […]

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Distillery Events Presents Industry Night 2013

Weds 18th Sept 2013, right after work at 5pm in the afternoon. the busiest Toronto event planners gathered inside Fermenting Cellar for Distillery Events Industry Night. This was a good party! Upon entering the venue, each guest was offered a tall glass of red or white wine, or a salty dog cocktail, all of which […]

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Extreme Restaurant MakeOver: El Catrin Goes Mexican inside The Boiler House

At this point everyone in Toronto already knows that El Catrin Mexican restaurant has taken over the former site of The Boiler House including their awesome front patio, and now offers the best southern American style food dishes in the city.  The cavernous interior of this venue has always been rather breathtaking, but now the […]

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Pointing Bricks, Historical Restoration of Building Exteriors in Distillery District, Toronto

Maintaining the Victorian Era red brick buildings in the Distillery District is a big job, and over the last ten years there have been a great many improvements to the historic property that have required new vintage brick exteriors be created or moved. All historic surfaces are constantly being repaired as the property is developed. […]

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Green Living Blogger Gets LoveBot #98

Toronto resident Matthew Del Degan is littering the city with little concrete robots called Lovebots – he just gave one to blogger Nikki Fotheringham, of Green Moxie, urban green living blog. Lovebots are small, childlike robot sculptures made entirely from concrete. They have a cubby hole faces and palm sized red hearts on their chests. […]

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