urlington is quickly becoming known as a dining destination with the variety and unique offerings of larger metropolitan cities combined with the accessibility and service of a small town.
ask the expert Q
: Now that summer is here, we are hoping to get out and try some new restaurants, any suggestions?
A: Consider dining during a
“Taste of Burlington”.
This July 22 – August 6, twenty-four of Burlington’s finest restaurants will be presenting a three-course prix fixe dining menu with lunch being offered at $18.12 (to tie into the War of 1812 commemorations) and dinners ranging from $30, $35 and $40. From casual fine dining to intimate bistros Burlington satisfies every taste. This programme encourages residents and visitors to dine in one or more of the many dining establishments and enjoy new culinary experiences in Burlington. A Taste of Burlington offers quality dining at an exceptional value. With local eating becoming a greater interest Taste of Burlington has partnered with Foodland Ontario to encourage participating restaurants to include Ontario ingredients on their Taste menus. The following restaurants will all be featuring locally sourced Ontario ingredients on throughout their menus: Downtown Bistro, Eatalia, Ivy Bar & Kitchen, Jake’s Grill & Oyster House, La Costa Nuova, Local Eatery & Refuge, Martini House, Paradiso, Pepperwood Bistro, Queen’s Head Pub, Red Canoe Bistro, Rude Native Bistro & Lounge, Sea 2 Fork, Siam Dish, Table Top, Water St. Cooker and West Plains Bistro. Also look for Vegetarian, Vegan and Gluten-Free options at many of the participating restaurants. Check the website for restaurants that are able to accommodate these dietary restrictions however, all may not be able on Taste of Burlington menus. Not sure which restaurants to visit? Head to www.tasteofburlington.ca and view the online menus for every participating restaurant then make your reservation and enjoy a “Taste of Burlington.”