Winterlicious Toronto LOVE THIS CITY TEAM January 21, 2013 Restaurants, WHAT'S UP T.O. What a luscious winter it could be? Following the success of last year’s event, the 10th year celebration of Winterlicious is another exciting adventure to lure your appetite. It started on January 25 and still ongoing until February 07. If you’re looking for yummy activity to satisfy your taste after the holidays, this annual culinary event is a better pick. The Winterlicious Festival in Toronto is not just about Prix Fixe dining experience. This year’s event has list of numerous eateries to visit and plenty of veggies options around the city. The lineup of dishes at participating restos includes loads of vegetarian choices and there are even some vegan foodies available. You can visit Frida, Southern Accent, EDO, Bloom, Tundra and Ouzeri for scrumptious veggies. Sure, you want to enjoy the dishes that inspired some of Toronto’s and Ottawa’s best Chefs. Fabulous restaurants have a complete slide of delicious foodies and beverages and they are all set to satisfy your taste. From 191 hotspots, you can enjoy Braised Lamb Shank with sautéed seasonal vegetable, roasted potato and rosemary jus at Veloute Bistro & Catering on the Winterlicious dinner menu. You can also hang out at Hal’s Kitchen for an ultimate cooking competition that coalesces with a tasty Latin inspired 4-course menu in tantalizing mystery. And for seafood lovers, Halifax’s Sip ‘n’ Shuck offers fresh and natural pairing of seafood and wine. You can also drop by at Canoe for Dine with Amex for best Winterlicious offering. Lined up in their menus are lobster soup, rock hen with heirloom ‘white’ corn grits, panna cotta and almond cake. You can also take pictures with your lip-smacking meal then post it to get a chance of winning a gift card. Giving a great bang to your buck, the 191 participating restaurants have prepared interesting dining arrangements in various rates. They absolutely offer great menus with fantastic options. Highlight in this palatable food trip is the opportunity to get a full course meal matched with your favorite wine or drinks. So, don’t just stay at home and hibernate since there are numerous things to do around Toronto during this season. If you haven’t made your reservations yet, hurry up and choose among the finest restaurants offering meals from $15 up. You got to be there. Check out this grand culinary affair. See our gallery for images, reviews and hotspots for this delicious event. Love this City TV has the tip for you on what’s to be the best resto and activity to do. If you don’t want to miss this event, tell your friends, mother, father even those people living under your stairs that it’s time to get out of the house, push those winter blues away and get your eating on. Amazing restaurants and meals are waiting for you right now.