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Top 5 Summerlicious Restaurants in the Bay Wellesley Yonge District

Summerlicious takes over the foodie scene in Toronto with more than 210 top restaurants participating across the city with special prix-fixe menus. This is a great opportunity to sample cuisine at a restaurant you’ve been dying to try, or to take advantage of the special pricing. The Bay Wellesley Yonge District is right in the middle of the action, in between hotspots at Bloor/Yorkville and contemporary cuisine downtown. We’ve highlighted our top 5 Summerlicious Restaurants in the Bay Wellesley Yonge District.

Vino Rosso 995 Bay Street

Enjoy an authentic Italian lunch or dinner with this restaurant’s prix fixe menu. Seafood lovers can enjoy crabcakes with lemon aioli and lobster ravioli, or indulge in a classic like their veal parmesan or housemade gnocchi!

Wish 3 Charles St E

North of Wellesley on Charles Street is Wish, a quaint eatery with Instagram-worthy all-white décor and contemporary cuisine. Their $25 lunch boasts mussels and frites or a Sloppy Brisket Melt, while their $35 dinner menu has Spice Brined Poached salmon.

Splendido 88 Harbord Street

Head west to Spadina to enjoy a $45 prix fix menu at Splendido, a mainstay in the Toronto foodie scene. We have our eye on the Foie Gras Parfait and sea bass.

Sassafraz 100 Cumberland St

Yorkville is a short walk away from the Bay Wellesley Yonge District, and plenty of options await! Sassafraz is a Yorkville classic. Enjoy their $28 lunch or $45 dinner with entrees like braised Ontario beef short ribs or braised rabbit linguine for dinner on the corner patio.

Scaddabush Italian Kitchen & Bar 382 Yonge St

Satisfy your pizza craving at Scaddabush on Yonge Street, and indulge in a chocolate jar cake for dessert or their version of the quintessential tiramisu. The exposed brick interior makes for a cozy dinner, while their patio is perfect to enjoy the sun and a glass (or pitcher) of sangria along with their $18 prix fixe lunch.

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