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This Is The #1 Restaurant You Should Try During Winterlicious

Winterlicious 2017 has more than enough restaurants to choose from. How many exactly ? 220 of Toronto's top restaurants.

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Since Winterlicious only spans from January 27th-February 9th, there's literally not possible way you can go to all of them (but I mean you can always be ambitious), so you're going to have to narrow it down somehow. We did most of the work for you by choosing our 11 favourite restaurants to try , but let's say you're STILL unsure where to go, well then keep reading:

One restaurant that we're really excited about when it comes to Winterlicious is Lena The South American/Argentinian restaurant is new to the city, not to mention Winterlicious. Other than the amazing decor and interesting flavour compositions that the restaurant has to offer on it's pre-set menu, it's important to note that they also have a very wide variety of options for both lunch and dinner. Vegetarian? No problem. Prefer fish over meat? Yup, got that covered too. I'm also a huge believer that you can get a steak or pasta anytime and you should really try something a little different when it comes to Winterlicious, so South American flare might be the perfect place to start your culinary adventure.

Check out the full menu below: 

In case you're more of a visual person, here's a photo of the ceviche starter, the clam pasta main and the almond cake desert. THIS COULD BE YOUR MEAL! THIS COULD BE YOUR INSTAGRAM:

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The restaurant is located at 176 Yonge St in Saks (former Hudson's Bay) so it's the perfect for some pre or post shopping nomz. It's location also gives way to some absolutely stunning decor to do the historical, art-deco building that the restaurant is located in. Just see for yourself! The etched stained glass, oxidized copper cornices and grand staircases are all original, while new features, by DesignAgency, include an octagonal bar on the main floor as well as quirky patterns, luxe velvet booths and rich leather upholstery.

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To book a table at Lena online, click HERE!

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