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Merci Toronto!

Posted by Jessica Tan on August 01, 2022 | 0 comment

On Thursday, July 28th (after a two year hiatus ) 1,500 Torontonians came together at Ontario Place - West Commons to enjoy a truly magical evening. A celebration of friendships, new and old and a dinner with hundreds for the long awaited 9th edition of le Diner en Blanc Toronto! It was one for the books!

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Last Chance To Order Your Wine!

Posted by Jessica Tan on July 17, 2022 | 0 comment

The e-store will close in 48hours!!!! July 19th at 12:00 (midnight). This is your last chance to order wine for the evening. As a reminder, no outside alcohol is permitted. Security will be doing random bag checks.

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Nobis Contest - Win $1,800 Package

Posted by Jessica Tan on July 11, 2022 | 0 comment

Rain ☔️ or shine ☀️, we’re bringing back the city’s most iconic summer soiree celebration with our friends at Nobis. Looking for that elusive invite? We’re giving away the ultimate Diner en Blanc package (value $1,800) to explore your backyard with us on July 28th as we pop up at …🤫(it's a secret)

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The City’s Most Iconic Dinner Party Returns To Toronto To Celebrate its 9th Edition on July 28, 2022. Acclaimed Alo Chef Patrick Kriss teams up with The Food Dudes for new epicurean experience.

Posted by Jessica Tan on June 11, 2022 | 1 comment

The elegant all-in-white fête will feature an exciting addition for this year’s return, a new culinary offering from Chef Patrick Kriss of Alo as well as Le Dîner en Blanc Toronto’s longtime catering partner, Food Dudes. 

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Call For Volunteers

Posted by Jessica Tan on June 03, 2022 | 0 comment

Each year we strive to improve our member and guest experience. In order to do so we depend on our incredible team of volunteers. If you’ve ever been curious about what happens behind the scenes and wanted to get involved as a volunteer at one of Toronto’s most coveted events, please join us for a Volunteer Information Session to find out more.

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Most viewed questions

Is Dîner en Blanc an illegal activity?

All events produced according to Le Dîner en Blanc International guidelines require local hosts to acquire the proper authorization, permits, and insurances before proceeding with their event. On the other hand, since its beginning, Le Dîner en Blanc de Paris has been taking place without authorization, in some of the city’s most prestigious sites. The first editions were not easy to pull off. Today, French authorities know that the event is always well organized and that guests are always respectful of public property. Moreover, the event’s photogenic quality helps promote the city’s image as a stylish Metropolis.

How many Dîner en Blanc events are there in the world?

Founded in 2012, Dîner en Blanc International is responsible for developing this secret posh picnic in close to 80 cities in 30 countries around the world with over 130,000 participants. The largest and most internationally recognized Le Dîner en Blanc remains the original Paris event.

How can I participate?

Registration for Le Dîner en Blanc takes place in 3 phases:
Phase 1: Members from the previous year and friends of the organization and leaders
Phase 2: Friends "sponsored" by Phase 1 members
Phase 3: People who signed up to the waiting list

What are the key rules of the event?

Le Dîner en Blanc requires from the participants an exemplary citizenship and discipline. Here are the main rules:

● Rain or shine, guests are expected.
● Exude Elegance … in white. Originality is encouraged, as long as it remains elegant and tasteful.
● Bring your own table, chairs, and picnic basket.
● Follow the Volunteer Leader’s instructions.
● Arrive and leave with your Leader. Nobody arrives at the site on their own.
● Drink responsibly. Champagne or wine only. No spirits or beer.
● Clean up: Take all your garbage with you and clean the area around your table.

What must guests wear?

All guests must dress elegantly in head-to-toe white. This means no ivory, no off-white, and no beige… Originality is always encouraged, as long as it stays stylish and tasteful.

What must guests bring?

A square folding-table and two white chairs; a white picnic basket and/or bag including a gourmet meal for two, a white tablecloth and cloth-napkins, cutlery, dishware, and glassware; and a garbage bag.

What kind of table do I need to bring?

The table must be square, foldable, and easy to carry. The size must be between 27 and 32 inches (68 and 81 cm). The table does not have to be white as it will be covered with a white tablecloth.

Why not let guests decide on the size and shape of their table?

Le Dîner en Blanc is always held in a public location with space limitations, and local organizers must therefore limit the size of the tables to optimize the given space.
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