10 dinner menus to try for Summerlicious 2017

By Jennifer D'Agostino

From the Mediterranean flavours to the finest ingredients Canada has to offer, there is plenty of variety available for dinner this Summerlicious. Get your phones ready because these spots are bound to fill up fast! Here are the best bets for a perfect Summerlicious 2017 dinner.

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[Photo credit: Kung Pao Cauliflower, courtesy of Lisa Marie]

10 dinner menus to try for Summerlicious 2017

Lisa Marie
Lisa Marie’s Summerlicious dinner menu gives a good sense of what the resto is all about – delicious, elevated comfort food and a great atmosphere. The menu is filled with tasty selections like Alabama Tailgaters, skewered bacon wrapped beef tenderloin stuffed with aged cheddar cheese and their famous Elvis Brioche French Toast.

Fred’s Not Here
Fred’s Not Here is a Summerlicious favourite, and with good reason. You can always count on a good meal, with lots of selection for a great price at the King West restaurant. It’s a great spot if you’re looking to grab dinner before heading to the theatre!

Italian and pescatarian restaurant, Ufficio, features the best of the both cuisines. Be prepared to be delighted with Ufficio’s rustic charm and stellar dinner choices like the grilled Mediterranean sea bream. The kitchen was recently taken over by Chef Ivana Raca.

Tutti Matti
You can’t talk about Italian food during the Summerlicious season without mentioning Tutti Matti. The Tuscan-inspired menu always promises good things, and this Summerlicious is no exception. Try the Fettucine Aglione or the flank steak.

Museum Tavern
This Summerlicious Museum Tavern is going Canadian with its dinner menu, with items like poutine and butter tarts on offer. The Museum Tavern is known for its elevated take on comfort food and selection of craft beers, a winning combination for any Summerlicious dinner. The craft beer will cost you extra though!

World-renowned celebrity chef Susur Lee is celebrated across Toronto all year round, but there’s something special about Summerlicious, when he opens the doors to his restaurants and welcomes everyone’s budget. Luckee serves up his gourmet version of Chinese food and it is simply the best in the city.

Café Boulud
Café Boulud serves up its signature rotisserie this Summerlicious. Dine on lamb, sea bream, rabbit and other specialties from the South of France. Café Boulud is located on the second floor of the Four Seasons Hotel in Yorkville.

Located in the Ritz-Carleton, TOCA brings upscale dining to a whole new level, paying careful attention to service and ingredients used in the authentic Italian dishes. The dinner menu is the epitome of gourmet, offering some classic dishes alongside TOCA’s elevated cuisine style. Try the Fettuccine al Tartufo - fettuccine with black truffles!

Wildfire Steakhouse
A steak dinner is always a viable option come Summerlicious time! Wildfire Steakhouse is among the best spots in the city to enjoy a dry-aged steak, and the filet mignon, marinated with a special blend of seasonings, promises to deliver. Try the Black & White Triple “C” Cheesecake for dessert!

Veloute Bistro
You can expect a variety of cuisines at Veloute, from French to Italian, and anything Mediterranean. The dinner menu consists of the classics like grilled calamari, beef carpaccio, seafood linguine and more. Veloute Bistro is headed by award winning chef Fawzi Kotb.

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!

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