It's that time of year Toronto! Summerlicious is back and better than ever. From July 7th to 23rd 2017, 200 Toronto restaurants offer three-course prix fixe lunch and dinner menus at lower prices, allowing us Torontonians to play 'food critic' for a day. 

READ MORE: Here Is The Full List Of Toronto Summerlicious 2017 Restaurants 

Summerlicious has 200 restaurants, which is obviously a lot to choose from, luckily for you we have a great list with tons of categories you can choose from. Get eating Toronto, it's looking like a pretty delicious summer!

What Are You Looking For?

Patio Season

Fancy Foodie

Romantic Date Spots

Unique Dishes

Casual Vibes

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Patio Season

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Cactus Club Cafe // 77 Adelaide St W

This Toronto favourite is super popular and the food proves itself. Enjoy your time at this patio hot spot. 


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Kasa Moto // 115 Yorkville Ave

Authentic Japanese fare and views make Kasa Moto a must this Summerlicious 2017. 


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Peter Pan Bistro // 373 Queen St W

This beautiful bistro at Queen and Peter has one of the best patios on this year's list. 


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The Fifth & Terrace // 225 Richmond St W

Their rooftop terrace is absolutely incredible and the hybrid menu of steak and seafood will surely make you want to come back. 

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Fancy Foodie 

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Café Boulud // Four Seasons Hotel

This Four Seasons Hotel brasserie is a Summerlicious favourite, duck prosciutto, escargots and more will have you leaving full. 


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Lee // 601 King St W

This King St favourite has to be on your Summerlicious bucket list. Who doesn't like Asian fusion? 


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Auberge du Pommier // 4150 Yonge St

More french cuisine you'll love if you're looking for a fancy dinner out. 


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Sassafraz // 100 Cumberland St

This restaurant will give you old school vibes, with a kick of Canadian contemporary cuisine. 

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Romantic Date Spots

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Bangkok Garden // 18 Elm St

This relaxed and beautiful setting is perfect for a date, and will give you serious Summerlicious feels while indulging on Thai food.


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Canoe // 66 Wellington St W

Canoe has one of the best and most romantic views in the city, and delicious Canadian contemporary food to match. 


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Canyon Creek // 156 Front St W

This contemporary steakhouse will leave you and your date full!


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Cluny // 35 Tank House Lane

This adorable French bistro in the heart of the distillery district is the perfect place to have a romantic date paired with incredible cuisine. 

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Unique Dishes

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Loka // 620 Queen St W

Loka is notorious for serving inventive dishes, and they do not disappoint. 


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Hungry Amoo // 74 Ossington Ave

This Mediterranean spot can get pretty inventive with their dishes. They have some pretty Instagram famous dishes too!


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R&D // 241 Spadina Ave

This Chinese contemporary spot is very creative, and has some pretty unique dishes on their menu. 


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Ufficio // 1214 Dundas St W

There's nothing fishy about This prominently seafood spot on Dundas West. A must book ASAP!

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Casual Vibes

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Insomnia Restaurant and Lounge // 563 Bloor St W

This popular late night eat spot at Bathurst and Bloor has super casual vibes, and remains a Toronto favourite. 


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Bar Buca // 75 Portland St

Bar Buca provides the ultimate comfy atmosphere, grab a drink and relax!


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Brownstone Bistro // 603 Yonge St

This Italian Bistro is seriously delicious, come relax and fade into a food coma with their incredible food!


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Lisa Marie // 638 Queen St W

This open concept bar and restaurant is a Queen West favourite, super eclectic dishes will make you come back again and again!

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