It’s that time of year again – slow, cold and many are realizing the eventual futility of their New Year’s Resolutions. It’s also one of the slowest times of year for the restaurant industry, which is why the City of Toronto has chosen January 27th to February 9th, 2012 to offer us Winterlicious.
Winterlicious is an annual event, now in its 10th year. Restaurants all over the city of Toronto offer prix fixe menus, and diners can have lunch for $15, $20 or $25 and dinner for $25, $35 or $45 depending on the restaurant, not including tax, drinks or tips.
It’s a great opportunity for those who would love to try some of the most high-end restaurants in the city without dropping hundreds of dollars on dinner. Reservations for Winterlicious (and its warm-weather counterpart, Summerlicious) can fill up fast so make them as soon as possible.
The main Winterlicious website is found here.
The full list of restaurants participating in this years’ Winterlicious festivities is found here, including menus and contact information to make reservations.