20 Summerlicious Restaurants You Need To Book ASAP

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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