There’s probably no better time to visit Prince Edward County than right now. Spring’s Scent is in the air, new wines are being released, and the maple syrup is flowing. The perfect retreat is something we all desire as we work through the corporate gauntlet, and this is it. A culinary destination in every sense. The best part about right now? Countylicious is back for 2010, marking the arrival of Spring.
2.5 hours away from the city core, with restaurants, studios and wineries that have been recognized internationally for their accomplishments. Similar to Toronto’s ‘licious festivals, Countylicious is a prix fix food festival with 12 participating restaurants that are offering $30 and $35 prix fix dinner menus throughout the county. It’s also much more than that. With participation from the wineries in the surrounding regions and the artists involved in the Arts trail, it creates the perfect weekend getaway.
You will see more coverage on Countylicious as the month progresses, this page will act as the main hub for the content so keep checking back.
Previous Countylicious Coverage from 2009 to give you an indication of what to expect.
We’re giving away 2 dinner packages (for two). Would you like to dine at East & Main Bistro or the Bloomfield Carriage House? In the comments below, tell us about the places you’d love to visit in the County, and we’ll pick the best answers.
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Written by Suresh Doss
Suresh Doss is the publisher of SpotlightToronto.com and Rickshawmag.com. Founder of the Food Truck Eats festival, Suresh has been a pioneer for the Street food movement in Toronto. In 2011, He was awarded the VQA Promoter’s Award for outstanding achievement in the Media category in the promotion of Ontario VQA Wines. Suresh is also the Global Editor for Whitecap’s StreetEats series of travel guides, which focuses on the best street food across North America.