GALLERY: At this year’s What’s on the Table benefit, Toronto’s top chefs came out to support The Stop

GALLERY: At this year’s What’s on the Table benefit, Toronto’s top chefs came out to support The Stop

(Image: Jenna Marie Wakani) 

On Wednesday, 550 Toronto foodies and philanthropists gathered in the Wychwood Barns for What’s on the Table, the annual fundraiser for The Stop Community Food Centre. The sold-out event featured 35 food and drink stations representing a staggering array of top Toronto restaurants, including Canoe, Scaramouche, Niagara Street Café, Parts and Labour, Jamie Kennedy Kitchens, C5, Ruby Watchco, Noce, Cowbell, George and the Gabardine, with desserts from Frangipane, Nadège and Soma, and drinks from Steam Whistle, Henry of Pelham, Frodpond Farm and Château des Charmes, among many others, not to mention two contestants from season one of Top Chef Canada. The event, which also included a pair of auctions, one silent and one live, raised over $340,000 to support The Stop’s mission of increasing everyone’s access to good food through its food bank, drop-in centre, after-school programs, urban agriculture initiatives and more. Check out our gallery of the dishes, chefs and guests from the night »