Celebrate TORONTO ~ Winterlicious Starts Today!

 

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Winterlicious, Toronto’s favourite winter foodie celebration, turns 10 in 2012 and kicks off today! Explore the Culinary Events series, with 11 unique experiences celebrating diverse cuisine while educating and entertaining. Plus, 175 of Toronto’s top restaurants serve up delicious three-course prix fixe menus at appetizing price points.

The Celebrate Toronto eNewsletter profiles events produced by Toronto Special Events, a division of Economic, Development & Culture.

WINTERLICIOUS PRIX FIXE Presented by American Express January 27 – February 9, 2012

175 restaurants city-wide are participating in the Winterlicious Prix Fixe Promotion, making this the largest Winterlicious celebration to date. Three-course prix fixe lunch menus are priced at $15, $20 and $25 and dinner is priced at $25, $35 and $45.  Call the restaurant of your choice to book a reservation.

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WINTERLICIOUS CULINARY EVENTSJanuary 27 – February 9, 2012

A limited number of tickets are still available for these one-of-a-kind culinary experiences. Contact the event producers directly to purchase tickets.

 

Friends of the Sea at the Calphalon Culinary Centre
Learn aboutsustainability and our oceans from a Red Seal certified Chef Instructor, while enjoying a mouth-watering fish-focused menu.Sure Thing! At Campbell House Museum

A night of food from the sun-drenched Mediterranean to the snow-capped mountains of Levant and theatre by celebrity playwright David Ives.

Italy in Ontario: Amarone to Appassimento at Ciao Wine BarEnjoy a specially designed menu that incorporates local ingredients paired with unique Ontario wine done in the traditional Italian Amarone style. Spice Route 10 at Spice Route10 unique courses incorporating local ingredients and featuring 10 different pungent spices from countries along the ancient Spice Route. Guilty Pleasures at Drake HotelBrowse the racks of one-of-a-kind Canadian fashion designers and jewellery and nibble on tempting treats. Pulp Kitchen: Rising Chef Citrus Cook-off at Mildred’s Temple KitchenEnjoy a locally-inspired, citrus tasting menu created by Donna Dooher, while you watch Ontario’s leading culinary students battle it out to become the next “Rising Chef.” WINTERLICIOUS ONLINE

Visit the official Winterlicious website to sort restaurants by price, neighbourhoods and cuisine, and then share your top picks through social media.

Check out the interactive map to find Winterlicious restaurants and Culinary Events across the entire city.

For the latest Winterlicious news, visit LiciousTO on Facebook or follow @LiciousTOon Twitter.Winterlicious is produced by the City of Toronto.



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