Summerlicious 2015

Summerlicious announces 2015 restaurant list

Summerlicious 2015 is right around the corner, and a bit more robust than in years past. While the over 200 restaurants participating is about the same number as in previous editions, this summer will see the prix fixe festival extended for an extra week. Between July 3 and 26, Toronto diners will be able to snag three-course meals at some of the city's best restaurants at well discounted prices.

Prix fixe lunch menus are priced at $18, $23 and $28, and dinner comes in at $25, $35 and $45 depending on your restaurant and meal of choice. Reservations open on June 18, and you can expect there to be a frenzy of effort to land dinner spots at places like Momofuku Daishō, Splendido, North 44, and Auberge du Pommier.

Those less interested in the city's swank dining destinations will likely book at newer places like Nuit Social, Thoroughbred, and Peter Pan, though standbys like Parts & Labour and Lee also tend to be popular destinations for Summerlicious.

The food events on tap are also worth a mention, as Summerlicious aims to celebrate the arrival of the Pan Am Games with five events that showcase the culinary traditions of the 41 participating countries. For complete list of restaurants and menus, as well as ticket info for the event series, check out the official Summerlicious website.

Photo of Nuit Social


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