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Toronto's new Summerlicious inspired restaurant initiative

Toronto's new Summerlicious inspired restaurant initiative

Toronto's new Summerlicious inspired restaurant initiative

It is difficult to see an end to social isolation at this point and with such an uncertain future, Toronto wide culinary celebrations like Summerlicious may not happen as per usual this year; but fret not, because this new like initiative may be the next best thing.

Summerlicious uses a sliding scale for dine in, prix fixe meals but isolish gets a bit more creative, offering prix fixe meals for delivery.  Since the dramatic slow down of the hospitality industry, restaurant owners are getting inventive when it comes to getting their food to their customers at home. COVID-19 has spurred a lot of collaborative efforts from different organizations in Toronto, as businesses are trying to support each other through the pandemic. isolish, a new restaurant program, features a selection of meals from Toronto's top restaurants delivered right to your door. The best part about this initiative is that $5 from each order goes directly to the Daily Bread Food Bank. People around the city are trying to support vulnerable residents during the coronovirus pandemic. Supporting food banks has been one way to do so.

For this new initiative, customers pick a restaurant, a day and the number of meals for the household. Orders are made through the isolish website. Meals range from $60 to $100 and tickets are sold 48 hours prior to delivery. Currently they are offering meals from Toronto's Miku, Drake CommissaryIl CovoBB's Diner and Barque. There is also an option to add wine pairings or to purchase a specialty cocktail featuring three cocktails created by Canadian Empress Gin and Fentimans. Chefs are refusing to succumb to the impacts of closures as they continue to do what they do best -- put their love into making food to share with Torontonians, even through this tough period. Try placing an order today at their website.

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Stay At Home

Toronto Takeout

Summerlicious

Toronto's new Summerlicious inspired restaurant initiative

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Toronto's new Summerlicious inspired restaurant initiative

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Nadia Boachie

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It is difficult to see an end to social isolation at this point and with such an uncertain future, Toronto wide culinary celebrations like Summerlicious may not happen as per usual this year; but fret not, because this new like initiative may be the next best thing.

Summerlicious uses a sliding scale for dine in, prix fixe meals but isolish gets a bit more creative, offering prix fixe meals for delivery.  Since the dramatic slow down of the hospitality industry, restaurant owners are getting inventive when it comes to getting their food to their customers at home. COVID-19 has spurred a lot of collaborative efforts from different organizations in Toronto, as businesses are trying to support each other through the pandemic. isolish, a new restaurant program, features a selection of meals from Toronto's top restaurants delivered right to your door. The best part about this initiative is that $5 from each order goes directly to the Daily Bread Food Bank. People around the city are trying to support vulnerable residents during the coronovirus pandemic. Supporting food banks has been one way to do so.

For this new initiative, customers pick a restaurant, a day and the number of meals for the household. Orders are made through the isolish website. Meals range from $60 to $100 and tickets are sold 48 hours prior to delivery. Currently they are offering meals from Toronto's Miku, Drake CommissaryIl CovoBB's Diner and Barque. There is also an option to add wine pairings or to purchase a specialty cocktail featuring three cocktails created by Canadian Empress Gin and Fentimans. Chefs are refusing to succumb to the impacts of closures as they continue to do what they do best -- put their love into making food to share with Torontonians, even through this tough period. Try placing an order today at their website.

Tags:

isolish

Stay At Home

Toronto Takeout

Summerlicious