Massive Poutine Festival is coming to Mississauga’s Celebration Square presented by STREET EATS MARKET featuring over 50 variations of poutine! You can win $50.00 worth of poutine! This is the perfect time to cross the border and enjoy some great poutine.
The “Massive Poutine Festival” comes to Celebration Square, 300 City Centre Dr. from October 28 from 5 to 10 p.m. and runs until Saturday, October 29 from 12 to 10 p.m. Admission is free.
Street Eats operates outdoor food markets in Scarborough Town Center and outside the Rogers Center in Toronto.
Poutine first appeared in Quebec in the late 1950s. And the simple dish, fries topped with salsa and cottage cheese, has come a long way.
The Mississauga poutine festival promises more than 50 variations of poutine including lobster poutine, beef au jus poutine, Korean bulgogi poutine, Canadian bacon poutine, Nashville honey garlic popcorn chicken poutine, smoked fried chicken poutine, 14-hour smoked beef short rib poutine, Nashville hot chicken poutine, unicorn poutine, shawarma poutine and many more.