Calling all foodies: Winterlicious now a week away

Alright foodies, it’s almost time for Winterlicious. From January 27- February 9, your tastebuds can explore any of Toronto’s 220+ participating restaurants ready to offer you a tasty and affordable dining experience. We can’t forget to mention the one-of-a-kind ticketed Culinary Events taking place in celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday, which will feature some of Toronto’s top chefs!

Three-course prix fixe menus are offered for lunch ranging from $18 – $28 and dinner ranging from $28 – $48. Having a tough time deciding which restaurants will satisfy all your foodie cravings? Check out our options to gauge your tasty imagination.

Bistro feelsJazz Bistro?


If you’re in the Yonge-Dundas corridor area and want to enjoy live jazz while you eat, Jazz Bistro is the place to be. An excitingly fresh menu with locally sourced ingredients that are sure to keep your tastebuds dancing along with the music.

Gourmet shareable dishes?East Thirty-Six?


Just before you head home with your co-workers, stop by for crafty cocktails and affordable share plates chef’d up by Brent Maxwell (previously at Millcroft Inn, Auberge du Pommier & Luma).

Authentic Italian 7 Numbers Danforth?


Everyone is a part of the familia; Mama Rosa makes sure you taste every spice in her authentic Southern Italian dishes. The lively, welcoming atmosphere will remind you of dinnertime at your nonna’s house and have you back at Authentic Italian in no time!

Let’s go for sushiNami Japanese Restaurant


Known to the Financial District for 30 years, Nami continues to serve foodies a unique dining experience with their Sushi Bar and Robata Bar – serving made-to-order grilled meat, vegetables and fresh seafood!

The 3 MsDistrict Oven?


Mediterranean, Middle Eastern and Moroccan! If you end up in Little Italy, this spot combines all savoury flavours these cultures have to offer with seasonal and quality ingredients for maximum satisfaction. Pair it off with any of their many wine options!

Mama’s good influence Le?a?


Inspired by his mother-in-law, Chef Anthony Walsh’s culinary imagination creates Southern American dishes with a twist of Spanish and Italian influences.

It’s not what it sounds likeKamasutra Indian Restaurant & Wine Bar


We can’t leave out the spices from north Indian cuisine. The Kamasutra restaurant offers fine Indian dining with a contemporary look packed with traditional flavours.

Did someone say Vodka bar?Schnitzel Hub European Bistro?


Enjoy a cozy casual night in Toronto at Schnitzel Hub with their authentic Eastern and Central European food. The drink menu guarantees a party for your tastebuds!

GOSH! So many great options to choose from, one can only dream to visit all! It’s not too late to make your reservations… better get to it!

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