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A super sweet festival is happening near Toronto this season, and it's about as Canadian as it gets. The Lakeview Butter Tart Festival is coming to Mississauga, and you can bite into all sorts of gooey goodness.

The attraction, which includes sweet treats and a holiday event, is taking place in the Small Arms Inspection Building on November 6, 2022.

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It's pumpkin time! Toronto's twinkly fall patio is officially returning this season, and if you love all things autumn, then you'll want to put on a knit sweater and take a trip here.

Fall N' Leaves is a fall-themed pop-up filled with food, drinks, and seasonal activities. The attraction is returning for its third year starting September 30.

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Calling all foodies and fall fanatics! An autumn-themed night market is happening near Toronto, and you can enjoy tons of treats in a pumpkin paradise.

Night Market Toronto is bringing back the Harvest Festival for a second year at Square One Shopping Centre’s P3 parking lot. The 10-day event will run from September 30 to October 9, 2022 and feature food trucks, rides, games, and more.

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Garlic martini, anyone? Toronto has tons of food festivals, but this one may just be the most unique, and the smelliest. The Toronto Garlic Festival is returning for its 12th year on September 25, and it sounds like a vampire's worst nightmare.

The one-day event is taking place at Wychwood Barns, and you can taste a variety of food and drinks with garlic-y flavours. While you may be imagining garlic bread and pasta, think again, because these vendors have taken this pungent bulb to the next level and have used it in unusual dishes.

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You don't need to go to Italy in order to indulge in endless Italian food. This giant festival coming to Toronto lets you eat unlimited dishes, and you'll want to bring your appetite.

All You Can Eataly: Best of Toronto Edition is taking place on September 30 at Eataly. The massive food complex will close to the public from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. so ticket holders can enjoy three floors of deliciousness.

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