TORONTO, June 24, 2014 /CNW/ - Reservation lines are now open to patrons seeking the best menu values during Toronto's annual "Summerlicious" dining promotion. Exclusive "Summerlicious" prix fixe menus will be available at twenty-six of the Toronto Entertainment District Business Improvement Area's (TOED) restaurants beginning July 4 and running through to July 20, 2014.
Over 200 Toronto restaurants will be participating in this year's citywide "Summerlicious" dining event. According to Janice Solomon, Executive Director of TOED "…our member restaurants have been welcoming "Summerlicious" patrons since 2003. The promotion has more restaurants than ever before. We greatly value the opportunity to present special offers to our loyal visitors and to introduce our restaurants to the many new customers Summerlicious always brings into The District."
The "Summerlicious" Entertainment District restaurants with a dinner only option include: Benihana at The Fairmont Royal York, Bloke & 4th, The Fifth Grill and Terrace, and Shibui Robata Bar. The prix fixe price for dinner at these restaurants ranges from $25 - $45 per person and is exclusive of taxes and gratuities.
In addition, twenty-two "Summerlicious" lunch and dinner options are available in the Entertainment District and include: 259 Host, Arriba Restaurant at the Renaissance Toronto Downtown Hotel, Azure Restaurant at InterContinental Toronto Centre, Big Daddy's Bourbon Street Bistro & Oyster Bar, Bosk at Shangri-La Hotel, Toronto, Canteen, Canyon Creek, EPIC at The Fairmont Royal York, Fred's Not Here, Joe Badali's Ristorante Italiano, Joe Mama's Bar & Grill, King Street Social at Hyatt Regency Toronto, La Fenice, Luma, Marcel's Bistro, Michael's on Simcoe, Momofuku Daishō, Momofuku Noodle Bar, N'Awlins Jazz Bar, Paese Ristorante, The Shore Club and Tutti Matti. The prix fixe lunch menus at these restaurants range from $15 to $25 per person. Their prix fixe dinner menus are set at a slightly higher rate, spanning $25 -$45 per person. All "Summerlicious" lunch and dinners are priced exclusive of taxes and gratuities.
Summerlicious Restaurants in Toronto's Entertainment District: http://www1.toronto.ca/wps/portal/contentonly?vgnextoid=392daf2c85006410VgnVCM10000071d60f89RCRD&nbh=Entertainment%20District
About the Toronto Entertainment District Business Improvement Area:
Established in 2008, TOED's mandate is to promote, improve and preserve a dynamic area of Toronto. Benefitting from economic, environmental and social factors driving downtown growth, the Entertainment District is in the midst of a renaissance, firmly establishing itself as a thriving and vibrant district for living, creating, working and entertainment. From the Air Canada Centre to the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, the Entertainment District includes many of Toronto's most iconic buildings. In the heart of the District is the CN Tower, Steam Whistle Brewing, Ripley's Aquarium of Canada, Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Rogers Centre, Roy Thomson Hall, Princess of Wales Theatre, Royal Alexandra Theatre and TIFF Bell Lightbox. www.torontoed.com
SOURCE: Toronto Entertainment District Business Improvement Area
For further information: Janice Solomon, Executive Director, Toronto Entertainment District BIA, 416-926-1337, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.torontoed.com, www.facebook.com/torontoed, Twitter: @torontoed