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Toronto’s favourite summer food event, Summerlicious, returns on July 7 Toronto
Image: Summerlicious 2023 Facebook page

Toronto’s favourite summer food event, Summerlicious, returns on July 7

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 12 Jun 2023, 09:06 pm

Toronto/IBNS: Toronto and its partners are bringing back summer food event Summerlicious 2023, to run from July 7-23, providing an annual opportunity to explore the city’s culinary landscape.

With delicious prix fixe lunch and dinner menus Summerlicious 2023 would take place at more than 200 local restaurants.

Restaurants will start accepting reservations for the prix fixe promotion on Thursday, June 29.

While three-course prix fixe lunch menus are priced at $20, $27, $34, $41, $48 and $55, dinners are priced at $25, $35, $45, $55, $65 and $75.

Reservations are strongly recommended and should be made directly with the participating dining establishments, a complete list of which is available on the Summerlicious webpage.

The city is grateful for the support of media partners CP24, NEWSTALK 1010, and Toronto Star.

Continuing to support the recovery and revival of Toronto’s restaurants, this year’s Summerlicious program has been renewed to help the local industry generate much-needed revenue while encouraging people to travel the world with Summerlicious.

About Winterlicious and Summerlicious

Created by the City, the Winterlicious and Summerlicious programs began in 2003 as a way to boost Toronto’s restaurant industry during typically slow periods of business.

The participating restaurants have served more than 8 million meals in the years since the program’s inception generating more than $353 million in economic activity for the local restaurant industry.

(Reporting by Asha Bajaj)

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