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January 30, 2003
Media Advisory: A Winterlicious launch for Toronto's first ever restaurant week
  
Media are invited to the Rosewater Supper Club as Toronto Special Events
introduces the first annual Toronto Restaurant Week. Running February 7 - 13,
in conjunction with Toronto Winterfest presented by Shoppers Drug Mart, the
week is titled Winterlicious. The promotion is dedicated to shining the
spotlight on Toronto's hospitality industry - some 5000 restaurants strong
featuring 200 different cuisines from around the world.

Date: Monday, February 3
Time: 2:30 p.m. Sharp
Location: Rosewater Supper Club 19 Toronto St. East of Yonge St., north of King
Street east, 416-214-5888

Speakers will include:
Jaye Robinson, Director, Toronto Special Events
Jean-Francois Oudin, Chair, Ministry of Tourism - Tourism/Culinary Committee
Nick Di Donato, President and CEO - Liberty Entertainment Group

Speeches will be followed by a Winterlicious food demonstration by David Gaunt,
Executive Chef - Rosewater Supper Club.

Following in the successful footsteps of worldwide restaurant events in New
York, Chicago and Sydney, Winterlicious includes the participation of more than
36 of Toronto's finest restaurants. Each restaurant will offer a special prix
fixe menu where patrons can sample the establishment's famous fare. The prix
fixe menu price points are based on the year, available at lunch and dinner and
have one of two price categories: $10.03 for lunch and $20.03 for dinner or
$20.03 for lunch and $30.03 for dinner (some restriction may apply). Lunch
includes a soup, salad or appetizer with an entrée and dessert while dinner
includes an appetizer with an entrée and dessert.


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