Five east end restaurants to dine at during Summerlicious

  Photo:   Michael Stern

Toronto's popular food event, Summerlicious, is back for another season running July 7-23. Although it's still a few weeks away, reservation lines are now open to land coveted spots at some of the city's best restaurants.

Fifteen summers deep, the culinary celebration has become the ticket to discover newcomers to Toronto's food scene or just check in on old standbys at a discount.

Summerlicious showcases more than 200 restaurants across the city offering specially created three-course prix fixe lunch and dinner menus at lowered price points. The prix fixe lunch menus are priced at $18, $23 and $28, while the dinner menus cost $28, $38 and $48.

Here's our five picks for Summerlicious 2017:

MAPLE LEAF TAVERN

Maple Leaf Tavern is serving a three-course dinner for $38. View the menu

955 Gerrard St. E
416-465-0955
mapleleaftavern.ca

PROHIBITION GASTROHOUSE

Prohibition is offering a three-course lunch for $18 and a three-course dinner for $28. View the menus.

696 Queen St. E
416-406-2669
myprohibition.com

CLUNY

Cluny is offering a $23 lunch and a $38 dinner. View the menus

35 Tank House Ln.
416-203-2632
clunybistro.com

GLOBE BISTRO

Globe Bistro is offering a three-course lunch for $23 and a three-course dinner for $38. View the menus

124 Danforth Ave.
416-466-2000
globebistro.com

VELOUTE BISTRO

Veloute Bistro is offering a three-course dinner for $48. View the menu.

2343 Queen St. E
416-696-7392
veloute.ca

  Photo:  Corbis                                         

Photo: Corbis