Planning a romantic date night with that special someone for Valentine’s Day? Want a fun way to spend the holiday with your best friends? Or, simply looking for a delicious gift for your Valentine? You’ll want to take a look at the many gourmet offerings and unique activities available at The Food District this week.
From seasonal treats to hands-on cooking classes that encourage discovery and romance, consider Square One’s Food District your perfect one-stop shop for a fantastic night out.
All classes are available at shopfooddistrict.com/classes.
On February 15, join The Pie Commission pastry chef Michael Smith for a sweet Valentine’s week treat: a chocolate cherry pie making class for two. You’ll learn how to make a butter crust from scratch, decorating techniques, and leave with a handmade pie of your very own.
Purdy’s truffle-making date night event is already sold out, but there are still a few spots available for The Wine Shop & Tasting Room’s hands-on Wine and Chocolate Discovery class on February 13. Could this be the perfect Galentine’s Day excursion?
Pick up one of Blooming Cotton Candy’s adorable candy-floss creatures from their Food District pop-up for your sweetheart. The cart will be open until March 1.
A number of seasonal, love-themed square donuts will be available at The Box Donut this week. From heart-shaped creations to treats with a loving message, they are a deliciously decadent way to say ‘I Love You’ to your Valentine.
Preparing a homecooked meal for your love doesn’t have to mean spending hours in the kitchen. Pick up up some of Dal Moro’s fresh, ready-to-eat pastas and sauces and spend your time connecting over a delicious dinner instead.
Blossom Moments at The Food District is known for its gorgeous floral creations and thoughtful plant gifts. This week, you can pair one of the company’s lush bouquets with a pretty flower bear for an extra-charming Valentine’s gift.
Head to La Carnita with your love for flavourful Mexican food, well-crafted cocktails, and plenty of moody ambiance. Be sure to end the evening on a sweet note with churros, paletas, or an order of the tres leches cake.
Chocollata’s distinctive brigadeiros (a Brazillan sweet that’s a hybrid between chocolate truffle, caramel and fudge) make for a pretty gift any time of year, but this Valentine’s Day the company is offering a special flower-and-treats combo with Blossom Moments that is guaranteed to be popular with any recipient.
Make a reservation for a Valentine’s Day dinner at MidiCi for some delicious Neapolitan-style, wood-fired pizzas. Plus, the menu offers elevated takes on Italian favourites such as insalata di mare (seafood salad), arancini and tiramisu.
The Food District Contributor: Truc Nguyen