The Mid-Autumn Festival is finally here and in Toronto, there are plenty of ways to celebrate. Also known as the Moon Festival or Mooncake Festival, the traditional Chinese festival is a time of reunion with loved ones and is usually celebrated with big meals, paper lanterns, and of course, mooncakes!

From outdoor gatherings to exciting events and all-you-can-eat mooncakes, there are many ways to spend The Mid-Autumn Festival in Toronto, so let’s dive in.

Full Moon Mid-Autumn Festival

 

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 Celebrate the Mid-Autumn Full Moon at this festival in Toronto, complete with lanterns, moon cakes, entertainment, and much more. There will be both indoor and outdoor floating lantern zones, live performances, music, and dance to keep the party going. It’s going to be spectacular!

When: September 10, 2022
Where: Grand Bizarre, 15 Saskatchewan Rd

All-You-Can-Eat Mooncakes

 

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 Da Hu Hotpot is offering all-you-can-eat mooncakes in celebration of the Mid-Autumn Festival. Stop in with friends and family for a delicious meal and top it off with a delicious feast of traditional mooncakes. Quantities are available while supplies last and you can call in advance to make your reservation.

When: September 10, 2022
Where: 550 Hwy 7, #280, Richmond Hill

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Mid-Autumn Festival at Toronto Premium Outlets

 

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 Toronto Premium Outlets are celebrating the Mooncake Festival until September 11, with entertainment, deals, family fun, and a stunning floral art display created by Fluer De Villes. Bring the whole family for a day of fun and photos, and maybe some shopping too!

When: Until September 11, 2022
Where: 13850 Steeles Ave W, Halton Hills

Go on a mooncake tasting tour

 

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 There are so many spots serving up unique mooncake creations in the city this weekend, so you can celebrate with your taste buds.

Saint Germain Bakery has unveiled its new Rosy White Chocolate Snowy Mooncake with rose-flavoured mochi skin and white chocolate green bean paste filling.

You can also get a box of six freshly-baked mooncakes in a variety of tasty flavours at Hazukido locations around the GTA.

Or, treat yourself to the elegant Star Chef Classic Mooncake Series at Yu Seafood locations in Yorkdale Mall and Richmond Hill.