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Summerlicious 2024 Kicks Off Across Toronto

Toronto, ON – The City of Toronto and its partners are delighted to announce the return of Summerlicious, running from Friday, July 5 to Sunday, July 21. More than 200 restaurants citywide are participating, offering three-course prix fixe menus at price points ranging from $20 to $55 for lunch and $55 to $75 for dinner.

This year’s Summerlicious aims to bolster Toronto’s dynamic hospitality industry. Impressively, 15% of the participating restaurants are first-time participants, and nearly 20% are situated outside the downtown core in areas like Scarborough, Etobicoke, and North York.

First-time participants for 2024 include:

  • Amal (131 Bloor St. W.)
  • Bar Goa (36 Toronto St.)
  • Comma (490 Queen St. W.)
  • Día Restaurant and Lounge (387 Bloor St. E.)
  • GEORGE Restaurant (111C Queen St. E.)
  • Lulu Bar (427 Wellington St. W., inside The Well)
  • Lume Kitchen & Lounge (72 Park Lawn Rd.)
  • Savor Thai (1226 St. Clair Ave. W.)
  • Taline (1276 Yonge St.)
  • The Joneses (33 Yonge St.)
  • Uncle Tony’s (38 Wellington St. E.)

This year’s program features an array of three-course vegetarian, gluten-free, and vegan meals as part of the prix fixe menus, catering to diverse dietary preferences. Residents and visitors are encouraged to book reservations directly with the restaurants to secure their spots.

Summerlicious 2024 is proudly sponsored by the Hong Kong Tourism Board, with media support from CP24, Newstalk 1010, and the Toronto Star.

For more information on Summerlicious, including a list of participating restaurants and their menus, please visit the City’s Festivals & Events webpage.

Kelly

Kelly Deschamps is the dedicated City Hall Reporter, bringing forth the pulse of municipal affairs with precision and clarity. With an astute eye for detail and a passion for uncovering the stories that shape urban life, Deschamps delivers comprehensive coverage of local governance. For inquiries or feedback, contact Kelly at kelly.deschamps@gtaweekly.ca

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