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The warmer weather is now beginning to dissipate, and longer nights and crisper air are approaching us! Fall is in full force! Embrace all the new season has to offer by trying some of these events and activities taking place around Toronto’s east end!
1. Take some TLC at Elmwood Spa
Yearning for a fall getaway before the colder months approach us? Why not getaway for an afternoon of spa bliss in the heart of your own neighbourhood. Elmwood Spa offers a special “Fall Getaway” package, which includes water therapies, a Swedish massage and an essential facial. You can even add in a 3-course lunch! Visit their website here.
2. Dance the cold away at the ROM
Looking for a unique night out? Look no further. The ROM offers fun events every Friday night during the fall months, featuring live entertainment, DJs, amazing food, drinks and unique themes. It’s the perfect union of art and entertainment! Try making it out for their October 28th “Goosebumps” event.
3. Sip on some seasonal cocktails
Craving for a delicious cocktail close to home? East Thirty Six is the perfect spot for any east ender. Their “Into the Woods” craft cocktail is the star of the show for the fall season. It combines a lot 40 rye with two types of sweet vermouth and is smoked to perfection. It is also topped with especially in season pine needles, completing its fall charm. You can also accompany your seasonal cocktail with some of East Thirty Six’s delicious shareable dishes. East Thirty Six is located at 36 Wellington St. E.
4. Learn the Art of Holiday Cooking
The fall season always calls for some delicious holiday recipes. Why not learn some tips and tricks from one of the best schools in the city? My Place for Dinner, is a cooking school led by Debbie Diament. The classes are held at the Market Kitchen in historic St. Lawrence Market. You can sign up for three-hour hands on classes, which include a full meal, glass of wine, and take home recipe book. Private classes can be booked as well! Check out the website here.
5. Halloween at a Haunted Brewhouse
Spend Halloween night at Amsterdam Brewhouse on Toronto’s waterfront! DJs, dancers and “spooky” entertainers will keep the party going all night long. Purchase your tickets here.
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