Chef's Table & Natural Wine Producer Showcase Dinner at Woodlot

Toronto Common has a standing reservation at a series of Chef's table dinners featuring a different independent wine producer each month at Woodlot!

Winter is coming and Woodlot's wood burning oven is the perfect winter hangout for a large, family style dinner with slow roasted meat, vegetables, sides, and their naturally fermented sourdough.

Working only with natural, biodynamic wines, Woodlot will also be showcasing a different independent producer each dinner with a selection of wine for the table.

Usually only available for large party reservations with advanced notice, Toronto Common guests will get to enjoy their large format style dinner with individual tickets including tax and tip for $75 all included, just 8 spots per dinner.

Tuesday November 15th
Tuesday December 13th
Tuesday January 10th

Woodlot offers simple, honest, handmade foods crafted from the finest raw, local (and sometimes distant) ingredients.

Their kitchen revolves around a hand built wood-fired oven, which produces a selection of sourdough breads and creative Canadian Comfort food.

Woodlot features two seasonally evolving menus: the first with offerings from their artisanal Meat purveyors and a second dedicated to all their Vegetarian friends. They also have a large and ever evolving selection of intriguing natural wines, microbrewery beers, and seasonal cocktails to match the food and ambiance. Their focus is on making all their guests feel completely comfortable and at home in their space.


All tickets must be purchased online the night before the event by 11pm.
No tickets will be available at the door.
Maximum attendance: 8 people
Guests should arrive 5 minutes prior to event to check-in. Event will start on time.
Tickets must be presented (printed or electronically) to check-in.
Each ticket is a unique one-time use code and cannot be shared.
This is a communal event, guests will be seated with other guests.
Guests must be 19 years or older with valid government issued photo ID.

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