winterlicious 2016

Winterlicious announces 2016 restaurant list

Toronto's annual Winterlicious kicks off on January 29 (until February 11) and the city has released its roster of participating restaurants, and more importantly this year's menus. While you won't be able to start making reservations until January 14, you can officially start compiling your wish list now.

Along with the more than 200 participating Toronto restaurants, there are also 11 culinary events happening throughout the two-week-long festival.

These include high tea at Casa Loma, an evening inspired by artist Song Dong at the AGO's Frank Restaurant and pasta making lessons with Chef Saverio Macri at Cibo. You can grab your tickets today.

If you're just looking to snag a table for the city's prix fixe extravaganza, you'll want to note that three-course lunches will go for either $18, $23 or $28. Dinners will be $25, $35 or $45. This is your chance to try the new Cafe Boulud as well as buzzed about spots such as Bar Buca, Bent, Los Colibris and Peter Pan.

Which restaurants are you looking to try? Let us know in the comments.

Photo of Peter Pan.


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