If there is one thing that everyone in Toronto can agree on, it is that the food in the city is the best. No matter where you're living in the city you can find amazing food around the corner.
So when SOI Thai Street Food announced for their second birthday that they would be hosting a Songkran Thai Street Food Party, you know we freaked out. Since Songkran is Thai New Year you know that this party will be filled with amazing times and amazing food. It's an experience everyone have at least once!
You can enjoy delicious Thai dishes like Pad Mee Kati and Kanom Jeen Nam Ngiaw, while sipping on unlimited Thai sangria.Also, did I mention that there would be Deep Fried Banana Beignets for dessert? No meal will ever compare!
The event is hosted on April 13th and tickets cost $60. You will receive a water pistol for a traditional water fight and SOI Thai t-shirt that are included with your ticket. Make sure you buy them fast so you don't miss out.
So celebrate Songkran this year and try something new! You won't regret it.
Toronto Police broke up a big illegal party in the early morning hours on Sunday, May 9.
Authorities said in a news release that officers were called to a dispute in a laneway in the Huron St. and Dundas St. West area at just before 1:30 a.m. when they heard loud music coming from a nearby building.
During these hours, over 7,600 doses will be administered to anyone 18+ who registers. Five thousand of those doses will be delivered overnight.
In order to encourage people to book these late-night appointments, the region is offering "fun surprises" and giveaways throughout the night. Special guests such as notable doctors and vaccine administrators will also be making appearances.