Eat the Street

Eat the Street: an intervention into the city, in which a group of 20 to 40 ten to twelve-year-olds will make stops at several of a city's most notable eateries. They will be feted and fed, and charged with offering their brutally honest, uncensored opinions on the food, the service, the decor, the state of the washrooms and the charm of the waiters. For the mere cost of a meal, the public is invited to sit amongst the kids for a front-row view of the youthful connoisseurs in action. It will be the most fun you've had since you sat at the kids' table. Dine with the kids and follow the shenanigans at Then join the panel of pre-adolescent adjudicators for an uproarious awards ceremony where awards are bestowed for everything from "Most Delicious" and "Coolest Chef" to "Least Graffiti in the Washroom."

Touring contact: Tina Fance (

photo: Lisa Kannakko

Buy the (Toronto) poster here