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The Open Kitchen Toronto Dining Series brings together Toronto’s leading and celebrated female chefs for unforgettable dining experiences that support and elevate the recognition of women in the culinary industry.

On Monday, June 25, OKTO will host a Celebration of Summer with Chef Alida Solomon at Tutti Matti. This dining event will feature a four course dinner by a stellar lineup of Toronto’s top culinary talent, including Chef Ivana Raca (Ufficio), Chef Giovanna Alonzi (Terroni), Chef Paula Navarrete (Momofuku) and Chef Tara Lee (Eastbound Brewery), alongside Chef Solomon.

Tickets are $150 each, inclusive of all food, beverages, tax and gratuity.

Each $150 ticket entitles the buyer to a $35 tax receipt.

A portion of the proceeds from ticket sales will go directly to the Open Kitchen Toronto Female Culinary Scholarship at George Brown College’s Centre for Hospitality and Culinary Arts. Donations made during the event will go directly to the scholarship.

Please visit to learn more about the OKTO dining series.

For more information about the Open Kitchen Toronto Female Culinary Scholarship, please contact the George Brown College Foundation’s Kiersten Vizzacchero at 416-415-5000 Ext. 3723 or

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