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Summerlicious Returns


Nothing says hot fun, summer in the city like Summerlicious, Toronto's festival of food.

Running from July 7 to 23, the fourth-annual event offers three-course prix fixe menus available at both lunch and dinner and at unbelievable price points ($15 or $20 lunch menus and $25 or $35 dinner menus) at 130 restaurants.

Summerlicious and its frigid counterpart, Winterlicious, promote Toronto's restaurant industry and are an open invitation to sample some of Toronto's haute cuisine without putting too much of a dent in the wallet.

In addition, Summerlicious Wine Sensations, presented by Vincor International Estate Wineries, allows diners to enjoy a glass of wine with their Summerlicious meal. Participating restaurants will be featuring a special selection of award-winning, limited edition wines offered by the following wineries: Jackson-Triggs (Niagara), RH Phillips (California), Inniskillin (Niagara) and Goundrey Homestead (Australia).

Summerlicious kicks off on July 7 to coincide with the eighth-annual Celebrate Toronto Street Festival (July 7 to 9).

Last year, BOHO, Myth Restaurant and Lounge, and Oyster Boy were among the participating names on the list.

This year's list hasn't been released yet, but visit the city's Web site for updates towards the middle of this month.


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