With a total 40,000 sliders grilled up by 64 restaurants, our second-ever celebration of beef on a bun was nothing short of epic.
Burger fans across the city came together at Toronto’s Artscape Wychwood Barns yesterday for The Grid’s Burger Day.
In its second year, our epic celebration of beef on a bun was bigger and better than ever. Sixty-four of Toronto’s finest restaurants set up under a maze of white tents and grilled up a total of roughly 40,000 sliders. (That’s about four times the number of burgers served last year.)
With Steam Whistle beers flowing, music by The Grid’s resident DJs, and one giant bouncy castle for the kids, Burger Day was an unforgettable festival of food.
In case you missed the festivities, we documented the scene at Burger Day and talked to chefs Alexandra Feswick of The Samuel J. Moore and Paul Baneham of Hey Meatball about their burger creations.
Directed by Wyatt Clough and Nathan Watson for The Grid.