Brampton's Very Own Winterlicious is Coming
Who says you have to go to Toronto to enjoy summer and winterlicious-type events?
If you want to enjoy prix fixe meals and affordable specials at some of the best restaurants in the city, you might be pleased to know that the Downtown Brampton BIA's Taste of Downtown Brampton is set to kick off on Tuesday, February 27 and run until Sunday, March 11, 2018.
Much like similar festivals, this particular event offers residents and visitors a chance to sample menu items at a number of local restaurants. It's good for residents looking to eat more local food for less and it's fantastic for restaurants seeking more diners.
So far, one restaurant has been revealed as part of the festival’s roster — Carve on Lot 5. Carve also participated last year, with meat lovers and plant lovers specials for $23.95 and $24.95 respectively.
Though no other restaurant names have been revealed for this year, word on the street is the brand new Steaming Cups Cafe will also be on the list, as well as some downtown Brampton staples, similar to last year’s roster of restaurants.
In 2017, over 24 restaurants participated in the event and some big name restos included Cantina Fellini Wine Bar (three courses for $29), Fanzorelli's Restaurant and Wine Bar (a $21.95 special), La Capannina (three courses for $27) and more.
Hopefully, the festival will be equally — if not more — popular among residents and tourists alike this year.
Last year, diners were also welcome to enter a contest to make things a little more exciting — perhaps we will see something similar this year, too. One lucky winner won dinner in downtown Brampton for a year (valued at $1,200).
We’ll keep you posted on details as they arise.
For more info on this delicious upcoming festival, click here.
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