Summerlicious ’08 – Five Doors North

www.fivedoorsnorth.com So the story used to be that Gio’s was the Italian restaurant at Yonge and Davisville, the one with the giant fiberglass nose protruding from it. And five doors north of Gio’s, was Five Doors North. Only it wasn’t called Five Doors North. It was called Future Furniture, and it was confusing.

Summerlicious ’08 – Quince

www.quincetoronto.com A neighborhood that is steadily growing with interesting restaurants to accessorize the various furniture boutiques : Coquine, Mirabelle, and a handful of new fusion sushi joints. Quince is the result from the brains behind the former Stork on the Roof. The Summerlicious menu lured me in due to its variety at a very affordable… 

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Winterlicious ’08 – Bodega

www.bodegarestaurant.com Winterlicious comes to an end for us. For one last treat, I take 11 willing participants to a quiet little French restaurant in the charming Baldwin village for a relaxing lunch. Everyone has been excited about this occasion for days, some have even picked their menu choices while in front of the computer. The… 

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Winterlicious ’08 – Lai Toh Heen

www.laitohheen.com As the snow came hurtling down in flakes and ice pellets and the roads became frosted white playgrounds for foolhardy drivers, Winterlicious continued to do its thing, bringing a beautiful festival to a resounding close. While thunder claps echoed outdoors, growling stomachs rumbled indoors, begging for a compromise to be met At Lai Toh… 

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Winterlicious ’08 – Cafe Moroc

www.thesultanstent.com It doesn;t get any better than this. Do yourself a favour, pick up the phone and Call Cafe Moroc (416.961.0601) and book a Winterlicious dinner asap. They’ve extended their winterlicious service until the end of the weekend, so you might be in luck. A romantic setting, Wealthy and tasty French-Moroccan fare, and Arabian inspired… 

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Winterlicious ’08 – Sopra Lounge

www.sopra.ca My Winterlicious Disney fairy tale comes crashing down like a Wes Craven horror flick, and I have a kink in my neck to prove it. I guess sometimes you don’t realize how good you’ve had it (food/service/ambience), until you have a disappointing dining experience. Sopra had all the ingredients for a memorable dinner, but… 

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