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June 6, 2003
Media Advisory: The hugely popular Toronto Restaurant Week launches in fair weather
The official launch of Summerlicious: Toronto Restaurant Week

Jaye Robinson (Director - Toronto Special Events),
Councillor Chris Korwin-Kuczynski (Chair - Toronto Special Events),
Peter Oliver (Owner - Oliver Bonacini Group),
Donald Ziraldo (President - Inniskillin Wines),
Paul Verciglio (General Manager - Park Hyatt Hotel Toronto), and
Chef Joan Monfaredi (Executive chef - Annona Restaurant)

Park Hyatt Hotel Toronto
4 Avenue Road, Roof Salon, 18th Floor

Monday, June 9
3 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Toronto Special Events revives its hugely popular restaurant week with the fair
weathered Summerlicious. Running July 4 - 10, 2003, in conjunction with the
Celebrate Toronto Street Festival presented by Shoppers Drug Mart, the week is
dedicated to shining the spotlight on Toronto's hospitality industry - some
5000 restaurants strong featuring 200 different cuisines from around the world.

Following in the successful footsteps of worldwide restaurant events in New
York, Chicago and Sydney, the program includes the participation of more than
60 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 menus price points are available at lunch and dinner and have one of three
price categories (some restriction may apply):

$10 all day menus
$10 or $20 lunch menus
$20 or $30 dinner menus

For more information on Summerlicious and the Celebrate Toronto Street
, the public can call Access Toronto at 416-338-0338 or visit

Media Contact
Amber Authier
Event Supervisor, Marketing Toronto Special Events
Toronto Special Events



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