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Top 5 Winterlicious 2016 Restaurants

Top 5 Winterlicious Restaurants

From tea at Casa Loma to dinner with a view, there’s something for every foodie this year at Winterlicious. Here are our top five restaurants to warm up your stomach this winter.

  1. An Evening Inspired by Song Dong

Get inspired by the art and architecture at the Art Gallery of Ontario’s restaurant, Frank, and celebrate Chinese New Year with a five course menu and special tour of contemporary artist, Song Dong’s Communal Courtyard.

  1. Cibo Wine Bar

Check out the newest outpost of Cibo in Uptown Yonge for authentic Italian food. Or head down to the downtown location for a pasta-making lesson with chef Saverio Macri.

  1. High Tea at Casa Loma

Step back in time with a decadent High Tea service at Casa Loma. Featuring the world’s tallest cake filled with British pastries, you can also take in the romantic grounds of the castle.

  1. Bar Buca

Visit chef Rob Gentile’s Portland location for a casual cup of coffee and snacks for lunch, or a enjoy the full dinner menu with a post work cocktail.

  1. Café Boulud

A short ten minute walk from the Britt is Café Boulud, where you can enjoy a fresh take on French cuisine from chef Daniel Boulud. With great menus for both lunch and dinner, you can savour mussels for lunch or roasted Ontario lamb for dinner in the elegant dining setting.

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