One-Tank Trip for January 26-19
(c) By Jim Fox
Winter can be a delicious time of the year and who says beer isn’t just for breakfast or summertime anymore?
Toronto civic leaders are encouraging locals and visitors to “warm up this winter by savouring new experiences and flavours at Winterlicious.”
This annual gastronomic spectacle is on now through Feb. 7 to enjoy savory specialties at prices that will please at about 200 restaurants across Toronto.
|The iconic St. Lawrence Market offers a history tasting dinner and food tour. (Jim Fox photo)|
And beer, glorious beer steps up for Brewfest in Ottawa next month and Toronto in March.
Don’t cry in your beer as another outdoor event, Winter Craft Beer Fest that’s pretty well sold out is on today (Jan. 26) at Steam Whistle Brewing in Roundhouse Park in Toronto. craftbeerfest.ca
The 17th annual Winterlicious is a time to “enjoy some of the city’s best restaurants,” said Mayor John Tory.
“This event spotlights our local restaurant industry while offering diners diverse and delicious menu options,” he added.
Here’s a chance to try those special places offering exotic dishes with three-course prix fixe lunch menus priced at $23, $28 and $33, and dinner at $33, $43 and $53.