- Dates January/February 2016 (dates to be announced)
- Location At Toronto’s favourite restaurants
- Official site Toronto.ca
Toronto’s Winter Foodie Celebration!
Winterlicious Toronto brings a series of mouth-watering culinary events and gives you a chance to indulge in creative cuisine from around the world at great prix fixe value. Try something new, try something exotic, try something traditional or try it all during this savoury, luscious, and succulent series hosted by more than 200 of Toronto’s top restaurants. Is anybody else getting hungry?
Tips to Maximize your Winterlicious Experience
The prix fixe extravaganza that is Winterlicious is taking over Toronto’s restaurant scene from January 30th through February 12th.For everyone from visitors to our great city to seasoned Winterlicious-going citizens, we’ve got a few great tips so you can maximize your Winterlicious experience:
Only make reservations that you can handle
Sure, it’s easy to think big and attempt to cram in two three-course meals daily for the duration of Winterlicious. But soon you’ll start to regret all those extra calories. Be smart… pick your own personal Top 10… and enjoy each meal as much as the last.
Consider the servers
During Winterlicious, thanks to – at many spots at least – greatly reduced bills, servers stand to lose a fair amount of their income. Please consider increasing your tips by 5% to 7%.
Try new things
We all love steak frites but on a prix fixe menu they’re ever-so blasé. Winterlicious is a perfect time to order up dishes you’d typically not get. Don’t like to eat anything you can’t pronounce? Point at the menu and have it brought out. Had a bad experience with venison and not looking to relive it? Bad dishes happen to good ingredients! Don’t penalize an item that is varied in application just because one meal flubbed it.
Video: The Spirit of the Season
The D’Alfonso family – Cal, Julie, and their twins Hannah and Olivia – hadn’t been on a family trip in years before they decided to come to Toronto for the festive season. Between the Cavalcade of Lights, ice skating at Nathan Phillips Square, Ripley’s Aquarium, and the Distillery District Christmas Market, the D’Alfonsos discovered plenty of fun ways to get into the holiday spirit in Toronto.ShareThis