Christmas is the time of year where all your wishes come true, and a Toronto restaurant is bringing some dreams to life with their newest decor. The venue just got a glowing Christmas tree, but you won't be breathing in the smell of pine needles as you walk by. Instead, your nose will fill with the sinfully delicious smell of fried chicken. Forget the turkey, all you'll want for Christmas is Toronto's fried chicken Christmas tree.

Toronto is home to some impressive holiday decor. The Christmas Market's tree has 1 kilometre of festive ribbon, and the one in the Eaton Centre is the tallest in all of Canada.

A new holiday tower just popped up in the city, and it rivals all the others. 

You won't care what's under this tree, you'll be too enthralled by what's on it. 

The Christmas decoration is made entirely of fried chicken, and it's impossible to look at without drooling.

Toronto restaurant PG Clucks posted the delicious photo to their Instagram, inviting guests to come gaze upon this festive stack of fried glory.

The tree is loaded with giant pieces of chicken, and wrapped in colourful lights and candy canes. There's even a Santa Claus hat adorning the top.

You can stop by the College St. location to see this Christmas miracle for yourself, and of course, indulge in some fried chicken.

The spot is known for its massive chicken sandwiches, and you can treat yourself to one while gazing at the glowing splendour of the fried holiday tree.

Taiyaki has also released some edible Christmas trees this season. You can grab a festive soft-serve cone complete with a star to make all your holiday dreams come true.

Drop by PG Clucks and feast your eyes on this fried tree. There's no telling how long it will last for, so don't wait to see it!

PG Clucks

Price: πŸ’Έ

Cuisine: Fried chicken

Address: 610 College St., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: This fried chicken tree will warm your heart in all the best ways.


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