Looking to try something new for dinner? What about Winterlicious?
It's the time of year when Toronto's most popular restaurants offer fixed menus at a fraction of the cost, making some of the most expensive restaurants in the city even more enticing!
The city-wide event has grown from a mere 36 participating restaurants in 2003, to an amazing 210 restaurants this year! Get ready to visit some of the top restaurants in Toronto and enjoy mouth-watering three-course meals at great discounts. The fixed menus range from $23, $28, or $33 for lunch and $33, $43, or $53 for dinner.
There are many great restaurants making their Winterlicious debut this year, including Noce, Beaumont Kitchen, and Le Notre Bistro; returning restaurants Lee, Frings's, and Leña are by far the most popular. Residents of 66 Isabella have numerous options close to home including Café Boulud, just minutes away in Yorkville. This French brasserie serves contemporary French cuisine and during Winterlicious, their impressive three-course meal features a lunch for $33 or dinner for $53.
Starting January 26th and running through to February 8th Torontonians will have their chance to try something new at the best restaurants in the city. However, online reservations are already booking, so to avoid disappointment, make a reservation for the restaurant you really want to try today! Once Winterlicious has begun, you can visit the Today's Reservation Availability section on the city's website to see which restaurants have last minute tables available.
Did you know there are 17 restaurants participating this year along King Street alone? Because of this, the city has added warming stations, street entertainers, and some great art to view all along the street. Additionally, there is a $5 parking discount available for those parking in designated Green P spots and paying through the Green P app.
Don't miss your chance to dine at Toronto's best restaurant this winter. Make your reservations today!