Only one more week to taste what Toronto has to offer at Winterlicious

Toronto Winterlicious - One Week Left
TORONTO – LIVING – Step up to the plate before it is too late to indulge in Winterlicious. “With only one week left, now is the time to take advantage of the Winterlicious prix fixe promotion and book your reservation today. Or if you are looking for a unique food experience, there are still tickets left for some of the exciting Winterlicious culinary events,” says Toronto Mayor John Tory.
Created by the City of Toronto, Winterlicious runs until February 7 and is the perfect time to explore Toronto’s food culture. Information about Winterlicious, including an interactive map to explore restaurants by location, is available at
Many participating restaurants still have reservations available. Even those restaurants that sell out early will often list last-minute openings on the Winterlicious “Today’s Reservations” listing. Visit the web page at to see which restaurants have reservations available each day. Reservations are strongly recommended and are to be made directly with the restaurants. Customers who can’t keep their reservation are asked to call and cancel, as the restaurant will be happy to give the reservation to someone else.
“Cold, slush and snow won’t stop a Toronto foodie. Don’t miss out on Winterlicious with so many diverse cuisine options at nearly 200 participating restaurants,” says Deputy Mayor Michael Thompson, Chair of the Economic and Community Development Committee.

About Winterlicious and Summerlicious

The Winterlicious and Summerlicious programs, created by the City, began in 2003 as a way to boost Toronto’s restaurant industry during typically slow periods of business. In the years since the programs’ inception, participating restaurants have served nearly 7.3 million meals, generating more than $322 million in economic activity for the local restaurant industry. Follow Winterlicious on social media on Twitter at, on Facebook at and on Instagram at The event hashtag is #LiciousTO.
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