Summerlicious 2018 – My Top 10 Picks

Hi Toronto Foodies,

It’s been a while but here is my list for Summerlicious this year. Please note, prices have increased for their set meals.

Here are my recommendations:

  1. Noce
    • Note: Did my Winterlicious here and food was good. My friends and I were especially amused by the sassy server we had too. Worth a visit.
  2. TOCA
    • Note: Located at the Ritz Hotel, I have been to the hotel once for a media conference but not the restaurant. Good opportunity to get your bougie foodie on? Haha.
  3. King Taps
    • Note: I went here for drinks and its got a really nice casual atmosphere, after work crowd and good drinks. Debating going here or trying TOCA for Summerlicious.
  4. Cactus Club Cafe
    • Note: I have been to this restaurant a few times and some of my coworkers like it there too. Just be aware of which floor you book for. The rooftop is usually the loudest in the evenings.
  5. Lisa Marie
    • Note: I am following one of the chefs on social media and he is always posting yummy foodie pictures, so I am curious about this place. If you go, let me know how you like them!
  6. Wickson Social
    • Note: Enjoyed the drinks here, have not tried food but it could be a more affordable casual option.
  7. Sassafraz
    • Note: Sassafraz back on Licious! I have been here a few times and for a wedding event as well. Solid pick.
  8. Nota Bene
    • Note: Always on my foodie wish list, but didn’t have the opportunity to try yet. I wish they did licious lunches on weekends but I don’t think they do. Please call to check.
  9. Copetin Restaurant
    • Note: Looks like a new restaurant on the scene, reviews look good so far. If you have tried a lot of the restaurants already on the list, this could be a nice option.
  10. Figo
    • Note: It seems popular with pretty interiors. Worth a try?

Reservations start today, June 21. Summerlicious starts July 6 to July 22, 2018.

Happy nomming!

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