Great deals for Summerlicious 2017

By Jennifer D'Agostino

Summerlicious means many things to Toronto foodies – it’s an anticipated annual dining event for many, with delicious food and of course great deals on masterfully prepared meals from the city’s top fine dining restaurants. This time of year, restaurants across the city open their doors and drop their prices. Here are the eateries where you’re going to get the most bang for your buck!

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[Photo credit: courtesy of Nota Bene]

Great deals for Summerlicious 2017

Michael’s on Simcoe
Michael’s on Simcoe is one of the premium steakhouses in Toronto, and this year’s Summerlicious deal is one you don’t want to miss. The house-aged steaks are top notch and they serve only the best in seafood and pasta.

Vaticano
A little taste of Italy in Toronto, Vaticano serves up a sweet deal alongside its authentic Italian cuisine. The menu has Italian classics like pork tenderloin, spaghetti con polpette, veal chop parmigiana and more. Vaticano’s atmosphere combined with this year’s Summerlicious offerings is well worth the price.

Brownes Bistro
Offering French classics, Brownes Bistro maximizes your dollar this year. The prix-fixe menu is not only varied, but also decently priced. The premium choices include Brownes marinated flank steak, duck confit and rigatoni with Asian marinated NY strip loin. You can find Brownes Bistro in Midtown.

Bymark
Headed by celebrity chef Mark McEwan, ByMark is one of the chicest restaurants in the Financial District. For Summerlicious this year, ByMark isn’t skimping out; the house-aged braised beef cheek and duck liver parfait are fine dining at its finest. Plus, diners have the option of finishing with a s’mores tart!

Lil’ Baci
Home style Italian cooking in its truest form is on offer at Lil’ Baci this Summerlicious. The Midtown eatery is serving up some delicious comfort food like lamb meatballs, pappadella with mushrooms and vanilla panna cotta, just to name a few. You’re not going to want to miss this phenomenal deal.

Colette
A trip to France to indulge in haute cuisine isn’t necessary this summer, because Colette is participating in Summerlicious again! Colette is the quintessential French restaurant in this city, and lucky for us they’re serving up quite a deal! You can dine like a Parisian for a fraction of the cost!

Katana on Bay
Katana on Bay is getting in on the Summerlicious action this year, and boy are they serving up a deal! All the sushi is made fresh to order and is served you on on a platter. From spicy salmon to jalapeno Hamachi roll and the popular Samurai Roll, there is a lot of premium sushi on offer this year!

Nota Bene 
When an upscale restaurant such as Nota Bene is in the list of Summerlicious participants, you’ll want to jump at the opportunity to try its eclectic cuisine. Both the lunch and dinner menus are so varied, you’ll probably want to book reservations for both meals!

Quinn’s Steakhouse & Bar
With a stellar location and a stellar menu, Quinn’s Steakhouse & Bar is a deal you don’t want to miss for Summerlicious! Known throughout Toronto for its dry-aged steaks, the prix-fixe menus are both affordable and gourmet. We suggest you finish off your meal with a piece of their famous cheesecake.

Sassafraz
A little glamour this Summerlicious is in order and you can find it at no other place than Sassafraz. While it’s well known for its celebrity clientele, Sassafraz’s menu is what keeps people coming back for more. The modern approach to French cuisine is what makes Sassafraz such a winner!

Whether you’re planning for Summerlicious or dreaming up your next culinary adventure, YP Dine is your go-to for restaurant reservations in Toronto and across the country. Download the YP Dine app today, on iTunes or Google Play!

Summerlicious is produced by The City of Toronto

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